The mind naturally looks for connections and patterns when involved in multiple tasks, and as I am currently teaching both EDU 6323 – Technology as a Medium for Learning – for Northeastern University and ILD 831 – Technology and Leadership – for Creighton University, there are common points. One of those is the idea that… Read more The Networked Age
This week in EDU6323 – Technology as a Medium for Learning – the students submitted revamped lesson plans that incorporated some aspects of the course into their planned teaching. The focus of the week was formative assessment, so as expected, polling and practice quizzes factored heavily. One student mentioned the interleaving principle raised in Michelle… Read more Integrating EdTech into Lessons
This week in my course for Creighton University – ILD 831: Technology and Leadership – the students are exploring the concept of knowledge management. Nancy Dixon had described the three eras of knowledge management back in 2009 as moving from leaders leveraging explicit knowledge, to leaders leveraging experiential knowledge, and finally to leaders leveraging collective… Read more Is Knowledge Management Relevant?
I noticed this tweet last night from Laura Gogia: I guess it’s time to watch a movie or something. Make some dinner. Do something other than curate information on curating. — Laura Gogia (@GoogleGuacamole) March 13, 2016 Curating curation is what my class at Northeastern University spent this past week doing in EDU6323! My point… Read more Curating Curation
This week in my Creighton University course, ILD831 – Technology and Leadership, my students are exploring digital tools. They started by reviewing Jane Hart’s list of Top Tools for Learning and selecting different tools for each to research. In our Netvibes page this week, they will be posting: Brief background on their selected tool How… Read more Viewing Digital Tools through Leadership
My students in EDU6323 had a blast last week. The focus was on screencasting, and for many, it was the first time they had created and shared a screencast. Based on comments, I suspect it now will not be the last time. Several have already begun incorporating short screencasts into their classrooms or work settings.… Read more The Pedagogy of Screening
I am always stoked when I get a chance to teach ILD 831 for Creighton University. This course in their Interdisciplinary Doctorate in Leadership Program has an eclectic group of leaders from around the world exploring the impact of technology in general and the internet in particular on leadership in organizations. Through this examination, these… Read more Exploring the Intersection of Leadership and Technology