Advertisements On October 18, 2011, 35 individuals representing 27 organizations attending a start-up meeting at the DuPage County (Illinois) Regional Office of Education to discuss an online learning initiative in the region. The presentation is included below. Participants identified several… Read More ›
Advertisements Image Credit Help me with this thought. Recently, I listened to other technology leaders talk about virtualizing iPads so the schools could run Windows applications and Flash content on those devices. This seems counterintuitive to the idea of portable… Read More ›
Advertisements Image Credit We need leaders who can work with the education community and the “education reformers, proponents of ” the status quo” and the “change agents.” Finances, changing demographics, and performance measures are putting pressure on the current system…. Read More ›
Advertisements Blended Learning Image Source Here are some thoughts about “Blended Learning:” Blended Learning is a new catch phrase of online learning enthusiasts, a modification of the term “hybrid courses.” Essentially part of a student’s learning is a traditional… Read More ›
Advertisements Image Credit More about the Remote Education Act can be found on this Concordia University Chicago digital learning workshop page.
Advertisements Image Credit Comments for House Bill 3223 for Senate Education Committee May 13, 2011 My name is Jeffrey Hunt. I am the director of e-learning at Indian Prairie School District 204 in Aurora, Illinois. I am an educational… Read More ›
Advertisements Notes from the D219 Technology Conference, April 9, 2011 Keynote: Cracking the Native Information Experience — David Warlick Handouts at http://Handouts.idave.us Starts presentations with something he did not know yesterday. (Books everyone should read, info graphic) Teachers must be master… Read More ›
Advertisements Random Notes from the meeting, April 4, 2011. Symposium wiki. Susan Patrick’s Keynote. It’s a new landscape with new leadership at the state levels and in state houses. Global trends (from Educause): mobile learning, cloud computing, 1:1 computing, ubiquitous… Read More ›