Category Archives: Teaching & Learning
These days, there are several dozen ways to learn to code online. Python, in particular, is the language of choice for several online courses. This has allowed me to “shop around” for the online tool or tools that suit me … Continue reading
The average teacher explains complexity; The gifted teacher reveals simplicity. – Robert Brault photo credit: Tulane Public Relations via photopin cc
George Station posted over on Google Plus about Tom Whitby’s experience at the recent iNACOL Virtual School Symposium. To summarize, Tom was turned off by the vendor-centric approach to online and blended learning, and argued that more emphasis should be … Continue reading
I have been following with great interest the excitement over the last year about Massive Open Online courses. MOOCs, as they are called, are classes offered by well-known faculty members for free through online platforms like Coursera, edX and Udacity. … Continue reading
Here are my notes from the third session of this weekend’s Trinity HHMI conference on Integrative Learning in STEM.
My notes from the second session of Trinity’s HHMI conference on Integrative Learning in STEM.
Just sharing some notes from Trinity’s HHMI conference on Integrative Learning in STEM.