Archive for November, 2012

Tuesday, November 20th, 2012


Talk about an acronym that’s fun to say! MOOCs are a popular term in educations these days. A MOOC is a Massive Open Online Course. I first learned about MOOCs through the eduMOOC last year so I could learn more about online learning. Since then, MOOCs have been featured in national news sources and discussed at […]

Monday, November 19th, 2012

Flipped classrooms – are they working?

Teachers, instructors, and professors are experimenting with flipped classrooms.  They seem to be working – at least according to this high school teacher’s story – her flipped classroom was very successful.   The reporter telling the teacher’s story emphasized that experimenting with advanced technologies was essential: There is a need for educators of the next […]

Friday, November 2nd, 2012

I Want MyEdTechNews

Looking for more ed tech news?  There are plenty of ed tech blogs to keep up on the latest innovations and trends.  Great examples include: ProfHacker – Chronicle of Higher Education.  Ed tech from a faculty perspective.  It can be a great source for new tools for faculty teaching and scholarship. Hack Education – If […]