- Wesley Butler – I’m an Experimenter!
by Wesley Butler (@wbutler925)
Which three experimenter activities did you choose to complete and why? Include links to your Activity Bank responses. Quiz on | Extend Activity Bank (ecampusontario.ca) Many of my courses and training sessions have few high-stakes assessments (i.e. midterms and exams), and more low-stakes activities for students to demonstrate their knowledge. Throughout a lesson, as a more… »
- Pleased to be an Experimenter!
by Elizabeth Stanley (@Penny123)
This Experimenter module was really helpful and provided me numerous ideas to improve my class presentations. The first activity I selected was Menti.com. This was meant to be as just as I selected it I noticed that Conestoga College had just set up all professors on this tool. It is used in numerous Conestoga Teaching more… »
- I’m an Experimenter Activity
by Karen Burns (@karen.burns)
The first activity that I chose was dialogue cards using H5P. They turned out okay but I did not think they looked that professional so I would like to revisit these. I think there was too much information for dialogue cards and maybe hotspots would be better. Secondly, I completed a course outline/syllabus quiz using more… »
- Reflection: I’m an Experimenter!
by Brian Percheson (@bpercheson)
I chose to use polling software, infographics and animated gifs in the Experimenter module because it’s a way for learners to express themselves in different ways instead of always face-to-face. I’m so glad to have participated in the July 17 Saturday Extender because I learned so much from everyone and I’m getting a better appreciation more… »
- Experimenter Video
by Cynthia Gordon (@cynthia.gordon)
I completed this Flipgrid response during the Saturday Extender class on July 17th. Thank you for facilitating Bert and Charlotte, it was great work work through these in a group and I think I learned more by experimenting with others on a bigger variety of tasks than I would doing it on my own.
- I’m an Experimenter activity
by Diana Spear (@Diana S)
3 experimenter activities H5P – https://h5pstudio.ecampusontario.ca/content/7057 I created a Drag the Words activity for students to check their understanding of key terms needed to understand oxidation and reduction reactions in introductory chemistry. This is a topic that many students struggle with so I thought that if students were able to practice on an interactive activity more… »
- Boldly going where I have not gone before
by Julie White (@JulieSLC)
My comfort zone is currently in the rear-view mirror! Thanks to the Experimenter module, I started learning new tools and techniques that are going to make my day-to-day activities hopefully a bit more exciting. I really enjoyed using Padlet in previous courses, so took the leap to create a padlet that will be used for more… »
- I’m an Experimenter!
by Jennifer Shelswell (@Jennifer.Shelswell)
I decided to practice a tool that I have just recently learned in order to record a video for this activity. The tool I used is called Adobe Spark. I wrote my script, developed the slides, recorded my voice to the slides, downloaded the mp3 file, and then uploaded it to YouTube. In order to more… »
- I’m an Experimenter!
by Jessica Joy (@jessica.joy)
The activities in this module were very interesting, and encouraged me to use technology tools that I had either not considered or had not used in an academic setting. First, I chose the H5P activity. Although I had used a few content types in H5P in the past (primarily the flashcards and quizzes), there were more… »
- I am an Experimenter!
by Marisa Rentas (@mrentas)
I chose to create a GIF, infographic and introduction video. I had experience using these tools before, but I tried to go outside my comfort zone-especially in creating the GIF and video. One big lesson I learned is that new technology tools can be overwhelming at first, but the best way to learn how to use them is to play more… »