Here is a short article on immersive technology and the importance of how the tools are implemented. Immersive technology is transforming learning and will continue to do so.
This short video addresses educational equity and how connected learning can help close the access gap.
This website is so interesting. Enter some information and this website (through research) provides a glimpse at the skills you will need in the future (2030) for your current job. You also have the option to explore the research for this site.
This is a brief look at my results:
This is one of my favorite ‘go to’ sites for vegan recipes. I have enjoyed many of the recipes from this site and I love to just scroll through the recipes until I find one that calls to me.
I enjoy both the sweet and savory flavors of a pumpkin and when I came across this recipe I knew I needed to add it to my blog, for future reference.
According to Rogers’, diffusion happens over a decision-making process with 5 steps.
Visual Assignments –
Use photo editing software of your choice to splice pairs of pictures into single images. Play with scale in delightful ways.
Every now and then I visit the DS106 site and complete one of the many assignments they have listed for fun. This is one that combined a picture of my sisters dog and a small scaled picture of a CU basketball game. Doesn’t it look like Dewey is just chillin, watching the game with his dog food snack by his side?
Sadly this gentle giant of a dog is no longer with us, maybe he looks down on us like this from heaven?
As defined by Wikipedia: Infographics (a clipped compound of “information” and “graphics”) are graphic visual representations of information, data or knowledge intended to present information quickly and clearly. They can improve cognition by utilizing graphics to enhance the human visual system’s ability to see patterns and trends.
Here are some tools I have used to create them:
I think its important to remember that simply eating a plant-based vegan diet does not guarantee good health. This article discusses 4 common mistakes.
Not all teaching strategies work well for all students. I liked that this article provides 7 different strategies to try in a classroom.