The last presentation that I will report on was fascinating. It was a game-based learning activity from a company called BreakoutEDU. This was another presentation facilitated by Kathleen Gradel and accompanied by Lisa Melohusky both from SUNY Fredonia.
Two teams were pitted against each other in a timed game where they had to solve a number of problems to open locks to achieve the final objective. Lots of fun!
Yesterday, Canisius College put on a highly informative technology training day. I picked up a lot of great ideas. The first presentation was by Marya Grande, an Associate Professor in the School of Education and Human Services. In her presentation, she shared how she used Google Sites as a portfolio platform and a course repository. Continue reading
Do you use PowerPoint in your classroom? Have you ever misplaced your flash drive with your presentations? Do you share your presentations in Blackboard? This has been my case. I have recently moved to Google Slides and I am not looking back. Here are the many reasons I think you should move to Google Slides: Continue reading
On December 1st, ETUG will launch the first B.C. 12 Apps of Christmas for teaching and learning. Similar to the successful U.K. event, this fast, fun, micro-learning opportunity is free, open, online and offered to you by B.C. post-secondary educators for B.C. post-secondary educators. All are welcome to participate. Continue reading