“Where Am I Now?” Final Blog Post

  The Introduction I recall a story I shared with my students, one you have probably heard before; of the blind men and the elephant. As the story goes, each man was touching one part of the animal and using what they felt to create an overall impression of the animal; this led to arguments. Read more about “Where Am I Now?” Final Blog Post[…]

The Research. My Story. Resources.

“ex-trees” by bookgrl is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 The Research. In the study,  “Pervasive Learning and Technology Usage for Creativity Development in Education”,  Shubina and Kulakli (2019),  looked at pervasive learning, the benefits of creativity and the use of technology to foster and develop creativity in students by reviewing and analyzing relevant literature. Their Read more about The Research. My Story. Resources.[…]

Knowledge is Power: “Scientia Est Potentia (1A:Week 2)

Reflection on the use of social media, video, animation, research methods and literature reviews through a discussion and analysis of, “Public comment sentiment on educational videos: Understanding the effects of presenter gender, video format, threading, and moderation on YouTube TED talk comments”. Veletsianos, G., Kimmons, R., Larsen, R., Dousay, T. A., & Lowenthal, P. R. Read more about Knowledge is Power: “Scientia Est Potentia (1A:Week 2)[…]

Putting an End to the Never-Ending Debate

Two articles read this week in class appear to show opposing points of view; two different styles of teaching.  Both are correct and both are incorrect as neither article gives the reader a clear understanding of the whole.  The meaning I pulled from the articles was that both styles of teaching are valid and necessary. Read more about Putting an End to the Never-Ending Debate[…]