image credit: (Garrison, Anderson, & Archer, 1999) “An educational community of inquiry is a group of individuals who collaboratively engage in purposeful critical discourse and reflection to construct personal meaning and confirm mutual understanding.” (“CoI Framework | CoI,”… Continue Reading →
fanjianhua / Getty Images When beginning the process of identifying a problem of practice in my context I started by examining the current course curriculum to identify learning barriers. This initial reflective process would most closely resemble Boud’s Triangular… Continue Reading →
Today I spent a few hours working on my VideoScribe skills and put together this Whiteboard animation of my D.L.R. map. I hope you enjoy it and please offer your feedback.
Hi everyone, I have been working on my digital learning resource using white board animation and H5P to add in interactive elements. I do intend to redo the whiteboard animation to include audio to add some clarity but for now… Continue Reading →
The idea of expressing a student learning challenge explicitly was a new concept for me. As an instructor I would often recognize learning challenges faced by the students but fall short of putting a plan into action to formally address… Continue Reading →
Over the last few weeks, Lisa, Leigha, Kathy and Terra and I been reviewing the application of Podcasting for education. A quick search of online podcasting sources revealed a wide range of uses from opinion based editorials, pop culture interviews,… Continue Reading →
Team submission: Lisa Gedak, Leigha Nevay, Sue Reid Over the previous two weeks Lisa, Sue, Leigha and I have been working collaboratively to build an Learning Technology implementation guide. We met synchronously via Blackboard to discuss the division of work… Continue Reading →
After listening to Sheninger’s 2018 audio book on digital leadership I was left asking how can I increase learner engagement in my classes and develop meaningful relevant learning to teach 21st century skills? For some time now I have noted… Continue Reading →