Monthly Archives: June 2012
The past few days were englightening. I had a chance to meet at length with a variety of very interesting people, including cohorts, faculty and mentors. I feel very much enganged in a new learning opportunity. There is such a … Continue reading
Was delighted to see this course book available on Amazon in the Kindle edition. Saves me hauling around a huge book across the country on the airplane!
Rapid Prototyping v. ADDIE Great summary of the shortcuts and risk associated with Rapid Prototyping
Old paper written pre-World Wide Web (1995) about technology and learning. Personally I have good experience with a blended learning approach. The didactic classroom lecture with a really smart presenter has great value. I also benefit from the collaborative approach … Continue reading
Cognitive learning is reviewed at this site featuring Blooms Taxonomy
The videos posted below may not be the original ones but they will work nicely for this brief journey into the foundations of the philosophy of knowledge and being Ontology: Joel Kimmel states that ontology is the study of being – … Continue reading
1. IDTf_Bichelmeyer.pdf The ADDIE Model/Framework 2. Eraut.pdf 3. Molenda-Issues.pdf 4. Warren, Lee, and Najmi.pdf THE IMPACT OF TECHNOLOGY AND THEORY ON INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN SINCE 2000The conclusions presented in the Warren, Lee and Najmi document are the most relevant and current.
Just like a box of Cracker Jack – you don’t know what the surprise is until you open the box. I had no idea what the video was about when I first launched the YouTube. I only knew it was … Continue reading
The destination in the real world is Starbucks – website. I want to see what it takes to get a Starbucks Card. The instructions were pretty clear. The question was posed – what can I do with a Starbucks account? … Continue reading