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Categories: Instructional Design for Teachers

Good day! Welcome to to the instructional design blog for teachers, instructors, and faculty…

I hope your visit here will prove helpful in your instructional practices!

 

  • 0. Browse the Blog

    Good day! Welcome to to the instructional design blog for teachers, instructors, and faculty… I hope your visit here will prove helpful in your instructional practices!    
  • 1. What’s Up with this Blog?

    Blogs are a dime-a-dozen these days…   How’s this one different? We’ll start with Powerpoint, because most teachers know of it, know how to use it, and generally are satisfied
  • 2. Who Is This Blog For?

    If you’re a teacher, professor, trainer or any type of wannabee Instructional Designer, this blog is for you! If you want to improve your skill set prepping materials in digital
  • 3. What Will You Learn in this Blog?

    What Will You Learn In This Blog? In this blog, and over the next few months, you’ll learn the following skills and skill sets…   Describe, define and demonstrate an
  • 4. Teaching and Technology Today

    We are experiencing a world of rapid and transformative change in the ways in which we teach and learn. Good teachers are good learners, and good learners — of any
  • 5. The Demise of the Lecture?

    The Demise of the Lecture? Stanford University’s president recently predicted the death of the lecture. But it’s not really about what I think. The students are rewriting the rules for
  • 6. Filling a Need

    Any teacher who has ever embraced technology will tell you that the process can often be a two-edged sword. Learning it can take some time, but the benefits can often
  • 7. What DO Teachers and Instructors Do?

    Having taught kids for eight years and then teachers-to-be for another 14, I have a pretty good idea about what teachers do, how they do it, and when they do it… 
  • 8. And What of the Future?

    And what does this mean in terms of our learning about technology and the many ways that it can be used, in and out of the classroom? Are we as teachers

 

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