Monthly Archives: March 2014

BS Detector (Critical Reader) and Pedagogical Expert: The Professor/Teacher of the Future?

I’ve just read “Distributed TPACK: Going Beyond Knowledge in the Head” by Di Blas, Paolini, Sawaya, and Mishra, a paper that is being presented at SITE 2014 in Florida. It has caused me to think thoughts I would not have … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Facilitating Synchronous Learning (Online) – a short report

Here’s a short report on what I learned in my synchronous learning online course. The instructor needs: To be able to use his/her voice well. To be a good multi-tasker. To have help!! Ideally a producer to do some of … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

SITE Conference, Florida

I’m attending the SITE Conference in Florida — virtually. (Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education.) Still, it’s good. I’ve cleared my plate this week (mostly) so that I can “be” there. I’m tweeting, blogging at http://www.uta.edu/linklab, and now I’m … Continue reading

Posted in Best Pedagogy, technology | Leave a comment