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It's Not Too Late to Teach Your Students to Code

The Hour of Code window may have come and gone, but it isn’t too late to teach your students to code! Coding is computer programming. Students who learn to code learn to write code in computer languages.   512 more words


Rutgers University-Camden Instructional Design and Technology Specialist

Deadline: Unstated (posted 1/29)

Salary: $60,567.000 +

Comments: “Responsibilities include the development and delivery of training opportunities for full- and part-time faculty; the creation and maintenance of faculty support resources; the ongoing support of faculty in selecting and utilizing appropriate instructional software; and, the design and development of course structures and materials.” 6 more words

High-level Planning

Instructional Strategies to Enhance Learning Transfer

Learning transfer is essentially the most important function of secondary and post-secondary education. In a perfect world, students attend school in order to gain knowledge and skills that will assist them in real-world situations. 715 more words

Instructional Strategies

Newbie Guide: Integrating Technology in the Classroom

*** Greetings to all future teachers and welcome to my first blog post! I am excited to share some important information that I learned from lecture ( 785 more words



Tomorrow, I’m boarding a private jet. Let that sink in… Anyway, I’m boarding a plane for Grand Rapids, MI. I’m evaluating a potential vendor for my company as we embark on an effort to bring “21st Century classrooms” to our global offices. 9 more words

Instructional Technology

Nasreen Rahim

Title: Faculty of Instructional Technology
and Distance Education
Company: Evergreen Valley College
Location: San Jose, California

San Jose, CA, December 22, 2015, Nasreen Rahim, Faculty of Instructional Technology and Distance Education at Evergreen Valley College, has been recognized by Elite American Educators for dedication, achievement and leadership in higher education. 150 more words

Higher Education

Educational Technology: Is It Art or Science?

Some universities consider this field to be an Art subject, and therefore grant their graduates masters of arts (MA). Others see it as part of the (social) sciences, and hence they grant their graduates masters of science (MSc). 142 more words