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The Brain Targeted Teaching Model (part deux)

There’s another post about Mariale Hardiman’s Brain Targeted Teaching Model on CARDEblog if you’re interested. It’s about emotion in online distance education. (pssssst…I know because I put it there 🙂 ) Advertisements

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The Brain-Targeted Teaching Model

I took a summer course at Johns Hopkins University about the mind, brain, and teaching (in fact, it was called Mind, Brain, and Teaching). It was taught by Mariale Hardiman, and we used her awesome book, The Brain Targeted Teaching … Continue reading

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Congressional Caucus on e-Learning

Last week, I represented my workplace at the Congressional Caucus on e-Learning. It was the inaugural meeting, and mostly an information-gathering session. Because we study e-Learning (aka distance education) back at the office all day long, it wasn’t entirely new … Continue reading

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Open Source Higher Education: What Is It and Who Is It For?

These are my notes from a livestreaming event , which occurred on February 7, 2012 from 10:00am – 11:30am Attendees and Panel Introductory remarks: Louis Soares, Director, Postsecondary Education Program, Center for American Progress Keynote speaker: Martha Kanter, Under Secretary … Continue reading

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Read Bruner…you’ll be glad you did

Sometimes, I read an article rich with theory and ideas, but I’m not able to apply them immediately. When this happens, the article gets kind of lost in my brain. I’m sure it continues to shape my thoughts, but I … Continue reading

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