All of us have blog ideas to share from our personal practice that would benefit others, yet choosing the relevant information to share can be as challenging as learning to fish. Fortunately, there are some guidelines to help writing edublog entries. Much like a fishing tackle box, certain elements combine to meet any contextual need.… Continue Reading Ideas worth sharing, but what is the lure?
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From Keith Overbaugh, D.V.M. Science, Biology Instructor I’ve been using a classroom response system (clickers) so long I forgot where or when I was first introduced to them. The only reason I was drawn to this technology was that I had just realized that the two students in the front row, that always knew the answers… Continue Reading Clickers Are For Lovers (of learning)
“Well, Mark, I want the students to show up for my class,” stated Lisa. At the start of the new semester, Lisa Blackford decided she wanted to implement an attendance policy in one of her Social Work courses. The idea was to give students 20 points for attendance for the semester and then if a… Continue Reading Attendance: The Blackford Files