Friday, September 25. 2015
I have maintained for the past 3 years that the MOOC would be more likely to have an impact of advancing professional learning than it would in advancing students towards a degree. If you want a degree, you still need to take classes at your institution online or on the ground, get passing grades and complete the degree program, That has not really changed.
Wednesday, September 23. 2015
Connected Educator Month
Connected Educator Month(CEM) is October (hashtag #CE15) is an initiative that networks educators and education stakeholders through connected professional learning experiences worldwide. Over the past three years, millions of educators and others around the world have participated in hundreds of professional development and other educational opportunities.
Thursday, September 17. 2015
To say you have an answer to the question "What is the future of teaching and learning?" is a brave, or foolish, thing to do. So, let me start by saying that I don't have an answer of my own, but I will pass along and comment a bit on the three trends proposed by Steve Ferrara.
Monday, September 14. 2015
The idea of students graduating from college with just a diploma — a single academic credential — could soon seem downright quaint.
Tuesday, September 8. 2015
Monday, August 31. 2015
Comments. We don't have them turned on here at Serendipity35 any more. We were pounded over and over with spammers and so we turned them off more than a year ago.
Thursday, August 27. 2015
New even smaller than mini- online certification programs are changing the pathways to entering some industries. At the annual Google I/O conference this year, Udacity unveiled its new Android Developer Nanodegree program. It was created in cooperation with Google as a program to provide software developers with the skills they need to build Android applications. It also provides a credential to prove to potential employers that they have those skills.
Monday, August 24. 2015
As I rehearsed a presentation on rubrics this past weekend for the Faculty Institute this week at NJIT, I reminded myself to stress formative assessment.
Friday, August 21. 2015
Student engagement has been a buzzworthy phrase for a few years. I'll agree for now with one definition that it occurs when "students make a psychological investment in learning. They try hard to learn what school offers. They take pride not simply in earning the formal indicators of success (grades), but in understanding the material and incorporating or internalizing it in their lives." I regularly see articles about how to engage students and many lists of resources, especiallly for K-12 teachers.
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