Monthly Archives: October 2014

10 Things Instructional Designers – Well, Me Anyway – Don’t Like to Hear

Every week, Dave Anderson of Articulate poses a different e-learning challenge. This week, the challenge is “10 Things Instructional Designers Hate to Hear“. Click the link to read the essences of the challenge. Off the top of my head, here … Continue reading

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Louise van Rhyn: Passion for Education

I’ve never met Louise in person – I only know her from Twitter. She lives in South Africa, and has a love, passion, and excitement for her country that you rarely see. This blog post exists because of  a conversation … Continue reading

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Technology and Classrooms

I recently read a blog post by David Kelly about technology in the classroom titled “Why Technology Belongs in a Classroom“. David was responding to a blog post by Clay Shirky, “Why Clay Shirky Banned Laptops, Tablets, and Phones From … Continue reading

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