Category Archives: Blended Learning

The “flip” is a flop?

Wondering what MOOC stood for, I did a quick Google search about an hour ago and came across this article by Steve Blank.  (MOOC, by the way, stands for Massive Open Online Course.) Blank, who apparently teaches to scientists at … Continue reading

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Resisting the Urge to Hurl Virtual Sheep

Having spent a great deal of time in the computer lab between September and November of this past term, I was hoping that I would have been able to hammer out the basic functions of the LMS with the learners.  … Continue reading

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Hide (‘n’ seek??) or I Spy with my little Widgit

Round Two:  Hiding Content Now, why would I want to do that?  Well, say you’ve got your course loaded up for the term, all topics or weeks laid out, ready to go.  Yes, it’s awesome to have learners so eager … Continue reading

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Resistance is futile… or at least, annoying.

Not All Are As Excited As I I am, at this moment, gearing up to start an exciting new project at work:  I get to develop an LMS and train* two other instructors who are in the same SLT group … Continue reading

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Marks

One of the benefits of using a LMS is having all of the learner tasks, grades, posts etc. in one place.  I love the idea of being able to look in on their activity to see what they’ve been up … Continue reading

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Like Lego (TM)

Blended Learning – Learning Management Systems & Virtual Learning Environments A virtual learning environment is like Lego ™ .  Bear with me – I just woke up and this was the first thing floating around between my conscious and semi-conscious … Continue reading

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