- Real Food, Fake Food: Why You Don’t Know What You’re Eating and What You Can Do About It, by Larry Olmstead
- #53 with Peter Newbury (peer instruction)
- # with Thia Wolf (public sphere pedagogy)
- #114 with Ken Bauer Favel (engage the heart and mind through the connected classroom)
- Best Practices: Creating Video Course Trailers
- 41 Mile Lecture Fail by Mike Wesch
- Steps Toward a Big Idea Syllabus by Mike Wesch
- Plan a Better iMovie Trailer with These PDF Templates
- Robin DeRosa’s Post on OpenTextbooks
- Alan Levine’s NetNarratives Digital Storytelling Class
- A Call for Critical Instructional Design
- Canvas bookmarks saved by Bonni on Pinboard
- Connect with Bonni on Twitter
- Subscribe to the Teaching in Higher Ed weekly update
- Listen to the Teaching in Higher Ed Podcast
Are you now an Uber expert?
No. I would hardly say so. Our poor friend, Will, had to take many texts during my visit to Miami to coach me through things.
I already learned something. Gliser is cool!
So glad to hear that. I have really been enjoying the service these past few months. I was curious why more people at FIU Online did not tweet out more of the slides, but maybe just not as many people are on Twitter as at some of my other events.
Is this thing on
Yes. It was. I was not able to switch over to questions during the presentation, though. Usually I have my computer up on stage with me, so I am able to do that. I figured with the trouble they were having with some of the sound issues, I was not about to complicate matters. I also knew I could answer everyone's questions here, online.
Canvas is the best!
I am a huge fan. If you are interested in seeing the bookmarks I have saved about Canvas, check out this link.
You've got a podcast editor? Where can I hire one?
His name is Andrew. And he is amazing. Here's his website and contact info: Podcast Habit.
What's the name of the pencast app?
When is winter coming?
For us Californians, pretty much never. That is probably the case for Miami, as well…
What are some of the other ways you incorporate authenticity into your teaching?
- Using video feedback in the grading process
- Webcam videos.
- Adding video intros
- Personally story discussion boards.
- Professor introduction that includes personal experiences
- Give students a say in how they want to learn.
- Proctored exams.
- Have students create industry-type products as their class assignments
- Visual Design and Customizable Templates
- Go Facebook Live onsite from service learning activities
- I include anecdotes and use my sense of humor.
- Be a student with them
- Talking with them as a learner, a teacher still discovering useful aspects of the online tech we use (adobe connect, canvas, etc. ). We share our discoveries together.
- Share my Instagram with my students and have them post on course content within theirs
- Neil DeGrasse Tyson
- Google Voice/Text
Who is someone who has ignited your imagination in your teaching?
- Bernadette Chung 🙂
- Stephanie Doscher in the Global Learning
- other teachers
- Dr. Lesley Northup
- Sir Ken robinson
- R.A. Salvatore
- Teaching in Higher Ed Podcast
- Bill Nye THE SCIENCE GUY
- Mr. Spaulding (7th Grade Science Teacher)
- Dale Carnegie \ Albert Einstein\ Robin Williams
- My colleagues
- Text, facebbook,phone calls
- Niel DeGrasse Tyson
What are educational technology tools you use to get/stay connected with your students, or have them connect with each other?
- Adobe Connect
- Voice Thread
- Adobe Connect \ YouSeeU
- Storify, Voice Thread, Adobe Connect, LOVE
- NBC Learn
- Messaging, announcements, email.
Where is your “somewhere” – after hearing today's talk?
- Community Outreach
- Write a story on press books
- Above and beyond
- Make textbooks more affordable for students
- World's Ahead
- To explore new tools for digital classrooms
- More personalized student responses