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Magical Snacks are Multimodal

The podcast I chose to listen to was “Magical Snack Corner Exclusive: Dole Whips.” I am an avid Disney fan and thought it would be a great idea to listen to a podcast about the food, since I follow several of their food blogs and try to keep up on all things new. 382 more words

EdTech Updates 2018: Ed Puzzle

As I have explained in previous posts, it’s important to provide multimodal learning is important for students to improve both understanding and retention of information. Simply having a movie day though isn’t enough to make content worthwhile or impactful. 352 more words


Tuesday, September 3

Whatley, L., Class Summary


Starting out class today, Dr. Krafft requested our Participation Log that we have been keeping track of. The class had a few minutes to submit their log to Georgia View. 308 more words

Student Spotlight: Exemplary Pre-Course Reflection/Portfolio Creation Assignments

I’d like to share Leila’s ePortfolio & Pre-Course reflection with you. I admire Leila’s reflection of her critical thinking and composing experiences in a non-academic, professional setting.  136 more words

Student Spotlight

New Project-Quantifying the Impacts of Complete Streets: The Case of Richfield

Complete Streets is a transportation policy and design approach that requires streets to be planned, designed, operated, and maintained to enable safe, convenient and comfortable travel and access for users of all ages and abilities, regardless of their mode of transportation.  230 more words

Policy And Planning

Going multimodal

The  public transport evolves according to its needs in terms of capacity and flexibility. During the 20th century, it was customary to have big monolitic networks that once put in place changed very little or at a great cost. 385 more words