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Transformation: Complete!

After spending the summer working on my room, it is finally ready for class next week! Come with me on a tour! :)

As students enter the room, they first check out the clothesline on the right — on it, I hang labeled handouts that they need to pick up for that day from on top of the dresser. 859 more words

Classroom Organization

INF537 - Week1 Intro and initial readings

One of my initial reactions, on reading the two Selwyn articles, was to feel kinda dumb. I had honestly not really pegged that the huge disconnect between what was going on in my own teaching and learning environment and what I read about while studying for this course, was, of course wildly obvious and very familiar to many. 287 more words


On Multimedia Resource—Module 7

We are living in the modern information era where technology is obviously everywhere. Traditional chalk and board, textbooks, and passive lecture are now having its little importance in a sense of effective learning experience. 522 more words


My Reflection on the Introduction to Instructional Media—Module 1

Hi there everyone! It has been a fruitful study of module 1 for me and with that, I am going to share with you what have I learned in this module, its implication on me as a prospective educator and a student, and its impact on my learning and experience. 1,225 more words


Real World Learning

Why Real World Learning (RWL)? The key is found in the Glossary of Educational Reform, “Real–world learning refers to education that is focused on connecting what students are taught in school to real-world issues, problems, and challenges.” 1,571 more words

Educational Technology

Participatory Learning

Hi fellas, this is my second to the last blog entry for EDS 131! And for this entry, I would like to share my knowledge on participatory learning and how it personally attracted me. 887 more words


Equipping Students to Lead In Our Rapidly Changing World

By Vipin Thekk, March 4, 2017

“We talk about consumers and producers. In much of education, the student is a consumer. The Changemaker movement has helped us to help teachers help students become producers.” 262 more words

Creativity And Innovation