There are places where the people are relaxed, the sun is shining and the cost of living is 1/3 of what it is in the US or Canada.… Read the rest
Fancy course management systems are not just for fancy universities
You will not believe how cool this is: you can get a fancy course management system, for free! Yes, you, fifth grade teacher in a small Catholic school in rural Kentucky! And you, teacher of High School English in Jakarta!… Read the rest
The home-school cooperative that I run (www.s-h-i-n-e.org) uses what is called “Blended Learning.” How is that for a new term? Dr. Nellie Deutsch’s November 9 post on the WizIQ blog defined Blended Learning as “the combination of online learning and face-to-face meetings.”
Right now, it is working for my students and for me.… Read the rest
Attend classes and join discussions, on the move.
WizIQ continues to augment its reach and support for learners by releasing the WizIQ app for the Android mobile operating system. Recently, WizIQ successfully launched an app for iPad users. With the recent surge in popularity of Android tablets, WizIQ is pleased to announce our equally powerful and feature-rich version for users on Android.… Read the rest
Museum education is usually a foreign term to most people. Even classroom teachers we interact with often default to calling us tour guides or docents. But my job goes far beyond reciting the architectural history of the building I work in (but I can do that too, most of the bricks on the exterior are still original to 1713).… Read the rest