Tag Archives: Learning
Today’s Washington Post has a wonderful review of Salman Khan’s website entitled The Khan Academy. I was familiar with this resource but not the expansive story that unfolds in this piece. Here’s a man who started using web-based technology to … Continue reading
Another thought provoking idea from Daniel Pink. This just underscores the importance of understanding and planning environments that engage learners, workers and all into purposeful learning directions! http://youtu.be/u6XAPnuFjJc
I always enjoy the opportunity to share information about universal design for learning (UDL) with others — especially those who’ve never heard of the term. I’m also equally amazed when those who do not know about UDL are educators. Such … Continue reading
The well respected EDUCAUSE ELI “7 Things You Need to Know” technology brief series has a new one, 7 Things You Should Know About iPADS for Learning!
Thought provoking as usual! This video offers a view of the current and future digital revolution. How might we harness this concept in education?
Like many, I had the wonderful opportunity to be around little people over the holidays. As I watched several cousin’s grandchildren and my 5.5 year old nephew, I was often reminded of their natural quest to learn, to explore and … Continue reading
A list of the top 100 e-learning sites in 2010! http://c4lpt.co.uk/recommended/top100-2010.html Question is, are these accessible to all?
A great resource, http://www.visual-literacy.org/periodic_table/periodic_table.html
The LearningPort is a wonderful resource of professional development sources around the country. I especially like the way that “smart highlighting” is in play when I search specific keywords such as “universal design for learning” for the National UDL Center … Continue reading
My intention is not to necessarily adopt certain company products. However, this tool was recently shared with me at an educational technology expo. These videos offer some great footage of this amazing tool–Microsoft Surface— in action. The opportunities for education … Continue reading