Month: January 2015

Redeeming Anonymous Spaces

This past fall quarter I completed one of the first courses in SPU’s MEd in Digital Education Leadership. The course, Values, Ethics, and Foundations in Digital Education, required weekly reflections on readings and class discussions. Eric Stoller’s recent Inside Higher Ed piece, Don’t Ban Yik Yak, inspired me to adapt my reflection–regarding anonymity and digital wellness–into a blog post about… Read more →

Using Technology to Spur Innovation and Creativity in Teaching and Learning

Introduction This quarter I am in EDTC 6102 for the MEd in Digital Education Leadership program. In this course we focus on teaching, learning, and assessment. For each module we exercise cognitive presence by responding to the ISTE Standards for Students with a triggering question, explore our question by researching and discovering relevant articles and resources, integrate our class discussion… Read more →