UPDATE: August 2, 2013! With changes to Twitter’s API come necessary changes to the steps to add a Twitter Block to Moodle. What follows is the “new and improved” how to… To easily keep dynamic content on the Moodle sites for my courses I add a Twitter block. Since it’s that time of year when … Continue reading
Kwantlen’s #kweetup brought together faculty and students to share ideas on how to make the most of Twitter in the classroom. So many folks from that session have been asking questions over the weekend that I’ve been inspired to share some Twitter insights. Here are 5 ways to use Twitter for learning. When I first … Continue reading
We all know how important it is for people to be able to work with others and manage a team. Business students most certainly need these skills and so the vast majority of the business courses I teach involve some aspect of group work. Many of these teams are formed early in the term, sometimes … Continue reading
Blogging is a great way to report and chronicle anything that is important to you. It seems only right then that blogging would have meaningful applications in higher education. After all, university is an adventure and adventures make for great stories. During the summer term I introduced blogging to the my classroom in two different … Continue reading
Our class doesn’t use a text book. Whoopee – you don’t have to pay for a text! Yes, that is a popular plus. More importantly, it means that each member of the class will be responsible for building a collective resource for our learning community. You will hunt down the most recent developments in Organizational … Continue reading
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Marketer – Teacher – Life Long Learner Marketer – Teacher – Life Long Learner I love my job! I teach Marketing and Organizational Behaviour in undergraduate programs at Kwantlen Polytechnic University in BC. I consider myself a learning coach. My role in the classroom is to create an engaging learning environment where students are excited … Continue reading