The article that resonated strongly with me was PATCH TWENTY-THREE: (UN) PREPARED by Sherri Spelic. It was written two and a half years before COVID-19 ever came on the scene to turn our world and lives upside down. However, after I read it, I had to double-check the date it was written because it felt more… »
Activity Responses and Resources Tagged "extend"
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The threshold concept in online learning design that I’d like to explore for this activity is that online learning can be equal to or in some cases richer than face-to-face teaching. This is definitely a challenging concept to accept or even entertain for anyone who is new to online teaching, who only has experience teaching more… »
Traditionally, instructors and students who took part in online courses were willing participants who made the choice to teach and learn in that environment. Unfortunately, as a result of the pandemic, faculty members were definitely dealt a big “Because you have to!” answer without really having the chance to even ask the question, “What’s in more… »
I chose Michelle Pacansky-Brock‘s keynote, “The Anatomy of Learning: Cultivating Care from the Very First Click to take notes on. Here are a few of my observations from completing this activity… The quality of my handwriting went tragically downhill in university and has yet to return. I write in capital letters because that is sadly my more… »
I haven’t always been a huge fan of mind maps because I sometimes find them messy, visually tiring, and a bit confusing depending on the setup. In this activity, I decided to build on my topic from Activity #1 and create a mind map of an idea for a course that could be a helpful more… »
When working with faculty on remote teaching course development, a common misconception has been that you can’t make the same meaningful connections with students online that you can in traditional face-to-face classrooms. Instructors feel the lack of in-person contact justifies this misconception. However, it’s often because in-person is the only way they are used to more… »
I’ve contributed an idea to the Daily Extend idea bank. Now that I’ve seen the mix of media in the bank, I’ll be on the lookout for quick and easy, mix and make ideas, that can become part of this collection of engaging tasks. Since I’m all about making media, there will be more ways more… »
Tools found in your home to extend something – I found two that do the same thing but in very different ways. These two tools extend my reach. Can you see how? Take a look to figure it out. Extend your thinking!
What’s in it for me? Extend Edition: https://learningnuggets.ca/extend/enter-stage-right/