Why is it so important to doubt, question everything and not know?! Check out Socrates’ article on SingularityWeblog.com to find out.
Not knowing, just like other cases of being uncomfortable, is a great incentive for personal growth. Progress always comes at the point of resistance. Getting uncomfortable and willing to be uncertain, to not know, to ask questions, to err and to fail, is the best and only way to learn, grow, progress and move forward.
I’m now using Scoop.it to feed my Pinboard about E-Learning and Online Teaching. I prefer the magazine lay out of Scoop.it but can also appreciate the big pinwheel look of Pinterest.
Kick one domino of information and it interacts with so many web based publishing sytesm! ~ Dennis
As you consider professional development opportunities critical to your career, or to the career of your staff members, the following grid can be used as a guide to navigate the professional development opportunities available within the EDUCAUSE community. Both career progression and investment of time and money are given to assist you in making decisions on events and other resources, some of which of are available at little or no cost.
I have begun to explore, analyze, and apply the three distinct phases of the blended learning pedagogy. The phases are the pre-class assignment, the in-class dialogue, and the post-class follow-up.
Play is also a powerful vehicle for learning, something that’s been underscored for me in my work at San Francisco University High School where we began a one-to-one iPad program in the fall.
MIT is going to offer certificates for completion of low-cost online coursework, an offering the……