Tag: learning

Down the Rabbit Hole

When I embarked on my learning project for ECI 831, I figured the research portion would be the easiest part of the entire process. Little did I know, there are endless resources online from DIYers. I spent hours… Read More

Learning for the Sake of Learning

For my EC&I 831 course, I have been given a gift: Learn anything you want. There’s a little more to it than just learning something: we need to use open, online resources and, most importantly, share our progress… Read More

Meaningful Assessment is Hard

One thing I’ve learned in my first year of teaching is that real, meaningful assessment is not easy. It’s easy for me to make multiple choice tests, maybe with some true/false or matching questions.  I could probably grade… Read More

This is not learning.

It’s currently the end of trimester and time for finals at my school. Suddenly, all of the calm and motivated students I have taught this year have become something completely different.  Learning is out the window.  All they… Read More

Maybe Skateboarding Can Save Our Schools

Now that I’m getting into the full swing of being a real teacher, I have decided it’s time to get back to blogging (wish me luck and watch for more to come!). I have always been a fan… Read More