Monthly Archives: February 2014

How to make a WordPress Blog Post

Many people think blogging is super hard. It is not if you have the right platform that is user friendly. Part of blogging is creating blog posts. Smile it is easy to learn. Click to read

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Studymate: Great tool for online learners

While designing an online course, I stumbled upon StudyMate. StudyMate is a great alternative to using a plain document to give students their notes. StudyMate helps students “master the basics” of course material through learning activities, self-assessments, and games. A … Continue reading

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Free apps to reinforce effort & provide recognition

Socrative.Socrative is a smart student response system that empowers teachers to engage their classrooms through a series of educational exercises and games via smartphones, laptops, and tablets. I have heard teachers giving 2 thumbs up! PollEverywhere. Poll Everywhere lets you … Continue reading

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Did you try Word Sift?

Word Sift is an online tool that takes a passage of text (either typed or copied and pasted) and creates a word frequency cloud

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Video Inside: Delta Airline Pokes Fun At The Advance of Technology

Delta Airlines took a boring instructional inflight safety video and created something fun and attention grabbing. This video is an example of great instructional design. You know exactly who the instruction targets (adults and young adults).

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