Month: September 2017

iLearn. Sigh. #justaskbev

There is no type of rubric I have not mastered – a standard (weighted) rubric, a custom rubric, or a qualitative rubric! I am, however, completely confounded by the fact that my rubric is never attached to assignments in the Feedback...

/ 14 September, 2017
Bowling ball hitting pins - Photo by Michael Garganera

Have You Lost Momentum?

"Have I lost momentum in my career, and life in general? And if so, how do I get these proverbial balls rolling again?"

/ 14 September, 2017
Headshot of Beverley Miles, with caption 'just ask Bev'

iLearn. Sigh. #justaskbev

Dear Bev, I go to great lengths to give my students critical concise feedback on their assessments. I follow the university’s evidence-based procedure (examples). I just don’t see any sign that my students are reading the feedback I give them, let alone addressing...

/ 14 September, 2017
Gaigest

Gaigest – September 2017

Preparing for Session 3, inspiration for your iLearn unit and more. A monthly digest by Gai.

/ 12 September, 2017

Designing Classroom Interaction with Digital Technology

Although student participation and engagement doesn't necessarily equal learning, we know that active learning strategies promote learning.

/ 12 September, 2017