Monthly Archives: November 2011

NDM&L Week 13

This weeks will we looked at games and learning.  Our class met in the CREATE lab and our special guests were Dr. Jan Plass, Director of Create and Paulette Goddard Professor in Digital Media and Learning Science, and doctoral candidate Jonathan … Continue reading

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LiHE Week 11

Due to a scheduling conflict I was unable to attend the presentation on a non-class evening.  Its unfortunate, too, as the subject looked very interested.  This coincided with a week where we did not have class, or at least a … Continue reading

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NDM&L Week 12

This week’s class started with a visitor, Dr. Marsha Rock, who is a Professor of Journalism at New York University.  Dr. Rock is a documentarian and played clips from three of her works for us.  One was more engaging than … Continue reading

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LiHE Week 10

This blog will be more about the reading than what went on in class as it was necessary for me to miss this weeks class.  I was fortunate enough to be presenting at the SLOAN-C conference in Orlando with the other … Continue reading

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NDM&L Week 11

This week we started off by looking at Case-Based Reasoning.  I’ll admit that I had some difficulty with this particular concept.  CBR has come back up in class again (obviously, I’m not keep to my pledge to try to write … Continue reading

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NDM&L Week 10

This week started an exciting set of weekly visitors.  Or first two were Cath Milne, an NYU Assistant Professor of Science Education and Leonard Majzlin, an adjunct faculty member in the DMDL program (DMDL is the MA that is part … Continue reading

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Assigning Groups

I’m looking at how work groups are assigned as a subdivision of an entire class.  Here are the five ways I’ve come up with some far, can you think of any others that are relatively standard?  Please add your thoughts … Continue reading

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Can you read this?

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LiHE Week 9

We began this week with a continuation of last week.  The discussion in class last week was so rich that we ran out of time for a discussion on the strengths and weaknesses of transformational leadership.  A very well researched … Continue reading

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