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On Online Interaction

In face-to-face classrooms, teachers leading discussions can control the interaction like being the driver of a car as one can: ·      steer it back on topic; ·      stop it when it gets dangerous; ·      speed up when time is running out; ·      slow down and invite those Read More

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On #edtech in the Wild

Only when teachers/ learning designers are doing their jobs! https://t.co/DNbvfwFoFy — Dr. Gary Ackerman (@GaryAckermanPhD) January 14, 2022 My snarky reply to Derek Moore’s tweet drew the “tell me more” response. I tried to compose a few 280-character responses, but I didn’t have time, so I took to my blog. There is a companion tweet Read More

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An Instructional Video Rubric

Teachers talking over slides (or images or diagrams or animations) has become an important teaching strategy during the pandemic. It is likely to continue to be a staple of teachers not just because it will make the pivot to remote teaching easier when it becomes necessary, but because it allows for alternative method of teaching Read More