Doctor of Education, Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale FL;
Concentration: Instructional Technology and Distance Education
Director of Online Learning & Educational Technology (1/07-present),
Associate Professor, Educational Technology, Southern Adventist University
Example of a quick and fast web page using Smores.
For this project I used building blocks as the metaphor for a course I am currently writing on distance learning. The link will take you to the template I will use for the course content. I use Modx for most of our module design. I worked with a graphic design student to create the images, an animation student to build the drop ins, and a web design student to do the coding. I can now, quite easily, drop my content in as I develop it.
For this project I partnered with a number of professors and students to create a museum type learning experience where we built the entire interface, graphics, and game elements. We also compiled and edited the video segments.
Example of video work, capture and editing.
This is a simple animation for use with Blippar (AR) for a 4th grade lesson.
This is a simple timeline for a 7th grade unit on dinosaurs.
This is a mini module that I designed for a Physical Ed. Professor for his blended learning course.
In this interactive I used Flash to show how numbers are classified in subsets for 6th graders.
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Combining and extending the work by Robert Ennis (critical thinking), Garrison, Anderson and Archer (Community of Inquiry) and Kolb (experiential learning), my CARE model provides a tool for instructors in planning instruction as well as an active learning tool for students to use during instruction and while reflecting upon instruction.