Teaching science online is not just making your activities digital. Successful online, synchronous, asynchronous, hyflex science classrooms do things differently.
Educate Yourself and Don’t Share Fake News Recently, Lisa Nielson shared a public service announcement on Facebook. She asked that you not share, or repost, information that you have not verified as being true and/or information that is not from a verified source. Sign of the Times? This is the current reality, adults copying and pasting a message claiming their… Read More »Stop Copying and Pasting Messages on Facebook
I got my masters degree online from Full Sail University in Educational Media Design and Technology. This was a hugely positive experience for me. I felt MORE connected to my instructors, my learning, and my classmates than I ever did in a face to face class. I have taken online classes after this experience and those were a vastly different… Read More »Online Tools – Make Learning MORE Connected
Taking a look this week at Versal. Versal is an online platform to create lessons or whole courses. What I like about Versal is the unique way it allows for interactivity, ease of building a course, and how it works with other tools you may be using. Blended Classroom When creating a blended or online course it is just as… Read More »Try Versal for Interactive Lessons
I have noticed that a lot of instructional videos start out with a “hi” and an introduction to what is going to be discussed. The speed and tone of talking on the videos is not usually how you would talk to someone if they were live in person. Hook With any good presentation you want to hook your audience into… Read More »Hi… and Other Boring Ways to Start a Video