Monthly Archives: December 2013

DET/CHE: Cognition, Learning Theory, Backward Design: The importance of instructional design.

Hierarchy of Instructional Design (Photo credit: jrhode) Jim Monaghan, AVP Academic Technologies/Associate Professor, Educational Technology, CSUSB Instructional designers take on many roles at campuses. The perspectives of the designers combined with the organizational structure of the campus can greatly impact … Continue reading

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DET/CHE: Teaching in the Digital Age

Azusa Pacific University (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Mike Truong, Founding Executive Director, Office of Innovative Teaching and Technology, Azusa Pacific University   The demands faculty teaching in the digital age face are immense rom keeping distracted students engaged (high touch) to … Continue reading

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DET/CHE: What Students Really Want

California State Student Association (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Anthony Gibson, Chief of Staff, California State Student Association, CSU Sacramento James Harrison, Technology Affairs Senator, Santa Clara University Dwayne Mason Jr., California State Student Association, CSU Fullerton Brett Roberts, Technology Officer, California … Continue reading

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DET/CHE: Education Nation: 6 Leading Edges of Innovation

Cover via Amazon From the program: “Milton Chen, Senior Fellow and Executive Director, emeritus at The George Lucas Educational Foundation. San Francisco Bay Area. Education Nation: Six Leading Edges of Innovation in Our SchoolsSchool systems are reinventing themselves, focusing … Continue reading

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DET/CHE: The Art & Science of Education

Town plan of Imola (Wikipedia) I am at the Directors of Education Technology and California Higher Education conference in San Jose this week (DET/CHE). This is my first time here and I am presenting on MOOCs, eLearning, and Instructional Design. … Continue reading

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