We’re all online teachers now

James Skidmore over at uWaterloo is currently teaching a graduate course on online teaching and learning, and is creating 60 blog posts for the 60 days of the class. I think this is going to become a fantastic collection. Each post is short and snappy, focusing on a single topic which is discussed often in…

We’re all online teachers now

The DOER Effect and H5P

One more post for the H5P mini-series I’ve been working on. You can find the others in this series such as: H5P and Pressbooks, a Brief Highlight Reel, Which H5P Type is Right for You?, Designing useful feedback in H5P. Now on with the show. The “doer effect” is an association between the number of online interactive practice…

The DOER Effect and H5P

Designing useful feedback in H5P

This is the third in a short series of posts I’m making as we lead up to a kitchen party with the folks running the H5P PB Kitchen. The other two posts in this short series are H5P and Pressbooks, a Brief Highlight Reel and Which H5P Type is Right for You? This post is not going…

Designing useful feedback in H5P

Thing 17 – Geo-location Tools

Go to Geocaching.com to learn more and try the app. See if you can locate a geocache in your area and share your adventure on your blog. OR Explore one of the other apps created at The University of Edinburgh and write about this on your blog. OR Share on your blog another geolocation app that…

Thing 17 – Geo-location Tools

Thing 16 – OneNote and ClassNotebook

Try using OneNote on your pc/laptop/device. Create a new Notebook, add some sections, pages, and try out the features. Use the Interactive Guidance Videos to learn your way around the platform. Write a short blog post detailing your use of OneNote and how this may/may not be of benefit to you. This Thing got me…

Thing 16 – OneNote and ClassNotebook