Monthly Archives: April 2008

Lessons learned from teaching (and learning) with technology

Final exams started on Friday. Tomorrow, I present my final, final project, so I finally have time to reflect on the semester. I took courses on Advanced Instructional Design, Instructional Video Production, and Distance Education. I taught courses on Educational … Continue reading

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The real point of the party

Looking over my Google Reader today and yesterday as well as my limited twitter traffic, it seems that the edublogging community is up in arms about this post by Jon Becker. I suspected something was up when I read Clarence … Continue reading

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Joy in my life again

When I broke down and bought my first cell phone four years ago, I was amazed that I could choose real songs as my ring tone and even choose multiple ring tones. Since I am cheap, I only bought one. … Continue reading

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Instructional Psychology and Technology

I am working on a PhD in Instructional Psychology and Technology. Technology and Psychology don’t always seem to have a lot to do with one another, but sometimes the connection between the two seems a little more clear. I had … Continue reading

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