The broad objective of this discourse is to change the way teachers and students think about onsite and online education—leading to ways that improve upon contemporary pedagogical practice and banishing the notion that one form is inferior to the other. Click … Continue reading
This paper advocates for engaging uses of Twitter (or similar clients or services) in the classroom. We cover how to use it efficaciously, and why the very notion of class participation needs to be redefined. Nominally, “class participation” is at … Continue reading
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In the hospitality industry, Tyler Christian and Liz Sidbury are classified as seasonal employees.
Meyer views humor as unifying or divisive–hence the “double-edged sword” reference. … Continue reading
I’ll begin anecdotally in the build-up to my assertions.
I’ve commented elsewhere on Wiki Wars (aka “Editing Wars”), Wikipedia’s response–or reaction–in imposing their Five Pillars Policy, and the usefulness of the Talk and Contributions tabs in determining the credibility of an article.
What struck me the most about this research is what it didn’t cover.
This advice concerns standardized exams.
In response to Sarah Genner’s, On/Off, I’d argue there’s an undifferentiated muddle in the online/offline dichotomy.