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Designing and Evaluating Narrative Media

The slides for my workshop presentation on 30 April 2016 at the Asian Conference for Language Learning 2016 in Kobe, Japan can be found here: Designing and Evaluating Narrative Media


Let's face it: You're not exam-crazy enough.

It’s often taken for granted that one of the problems with our system is exam-centric teaching. According to this view, teachers spend too much time obsessing over tests and too little time on designing and refining their teaching. 832 more words


My Charlotte Mason Education 5: Choosing A Year 

There are so many great years to start learning about! How do you choose where to begin?

Just. Start. Somewhere.

Okay, that’s simplistic but I’m not joking. 1,417 more words

Charlotte Mason Relations

Three Web 2.0 Application Website Reviews


Yacapaca is a website created for both teacher and student use. The contributors (educators) to this site have compiled wide varieties of academic subject material and turned it into a series of interactive assignments. 669 more words


An interesting area problem

Here’s an interesting little question for you:

Have you worked it out? How long did it take you to see it?

It took me a few seconds at least, I had screenshotted the picture and was reaching for the pencil when the penny dropped, and that’s why I thought it was an interesting question. 300 more words


RA Interviews: Experiential Learning and The Stainforth Project

Because I have been so lucky to employ fantastic researchers here at Dartmouth and at CU-Boulder to work on the Stainforth Library of Women’s Writing, Dartmouth’s Digital Humanities librarians asked me to present on experiential learning in DH. 3,110 more words