#4 – Reflecting on EDTECH 522

As you set out for Ithaka hope your road is a long one, full of adventure, full of discovery. […]      But don’t hurry the journey at all. Better if it lasts for years, so you’re old by the time you reach the island, wealthy with all you’ve gained on the way.

#3 – Creating an Online Lesson on Canvas

The ancient Greek legislator and philosopher, Solon, used to say "γηράσκω ἀεί πολλά διδασκόμενος" (yirásko aí polá didaskómenos) meaning that “I grow old learning something new every day” and this is exactly how I felt this week when we were asked to build an online lesson in Canvas. Building this small course and trying

#2 – Community of Inquiry Framework

A reflection on Community of Inquiry Model This was a week full of learning and experiencing new things! I’ve been teaching for many years and I have attended many online seminars and courses in the past, but this week I realized how much online learning (and teaching) has changed over the years and

#1 – Adult Learning

a. Knowles' 6 Assumptions for adult learners Summarize the six key assumptions about adult learners as described by Malcolm Knowles and discuss their implications for teaching adult learners online. Malcolm Knowles identified a learning approach that he considered was more suited to the unique needs of adult learners. He called this approach andragogy, an

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