I read this quote by David Wong on Austin Kleon's blog post "A willingness to be bad" this week (highly recommend the entire blog post, by the way):
Just a quick note today to let you know about another new podcast episode (I'm on a roll!), this time featuring herbalist Ruth Shelton talking about an in-person
I always think it's fun to get a peek at the inner working of other peoples' courses. I got a question recently about how to incorporate student choice
What is PeerWise?PeerWise is a free tool that guides students in creating multiple choice questions. They can also answer, rate for quality and difficulty, and comment on their
Every trimester, I find myself trying at least one new thing in my online courses. Last trimester, it was FlipGrid (will write that one up soon!) and I’ve
I’ve just returned from a conference on Meaningful Living and Learning in a Digital World in Savannah, GA. I sometimes struggle with how/what to report after a conference.