By Barbi Honeycutt, PhD As we continue our ongoing series focused on the flipped classroom in higher education, it’s time to tackle another frequently asked question: “How can I flip a large class?” I like this question because it’s not asking whether you can flip a large class, but rather what’s the best way to do it. Faculty who teach large classes are challenged not only by the sheer number of students but also by the physical space in the classroom. Having 100, 200, or 400+ students in class means teaching in large lecture halls with stadium seating and seats that are bolted to […]
Yet another interesting and new TED talk…you can watch it now, or you can watch it later when you are less distracted and more focused… Filmed February 2016 (14:03).
Creativity at its best? Creativity at its best? Photo: theverge.com BMW’s insane car of the future replaces dashboards with augmented reality From Electric Cars, a Flipboard Magazine by Terenig theverge.com · BMW is in the midst of celebrating its 100th anniversary, and to mark the occasion, it just rolled out the Vision Next 100 concept at its Munich headquarte… Read on Flipboard Read on theverge.com
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In this May 2015 TED TALK (9:27), de la Pena talks about the evolution of her work to immerse your entire body within the news through a virtual reality headset. Putting Donald Trump aside, notwithstanding, this technology has amazing potential for a deeper learning experience. Have you heard about the Microsoft Halolens technology that is due out in 2016? Halographic computing is coming! From what I have been reading, Halolens is going to easily surpass and learn from the failure of Google Glass to succeed in the realm of virtual reality. The difference between AUGMENTED REALITY and VIRTUAL REALITY is the level of immersion with […]
Do you like games, being challenged, scenario-based learning, and the opportunity to apply knowledge and strategy? I do. I have always preferred games that involve skill over chance. I tend to steer clear from games that involve luck and I’ve found that I will indulge in games and contests that require cognitive processing, deductive reasoning, critical thinking, and reasoning. For example, I like the challenging Scrabble-esque, Zynga mobile app “Words with Friends” because it requires me to think. Now contrast this type of game with one that involves chance or luck like card games. While an argument could be made […]
Thanks to my student Juan Romero for his assistance!
Many implications and prospects for the future with the “Open” protocol of this technology. Click here for more.
It’s Free! It’s Professional Development! Augmented Reality + e-Learning: There is NO Kill Switch for the Awesomeness! Here’s the link to my presentation: breeze.sc.edu/andy_page_2015ndlw/ (It will be recorded and posted on my website too) Conference Webpage – tiny.cc/2015-usca-ndlw-confweb Conference Registration – http://tiny.cc/2015-usca-ndlw-register **Webinar Schedule – http://tiny.cc/2015-usca-ndlw-schedule (Eastern Standard Time Zone)
Grab These Educational Apps They Are Free Today educatorstechnology.com – November 7, 2015 Below are two great iPad apps that are on sale today. They are free for a limited period of time at least in the Canadian and American iTunes App Stores. The first app called Clips Video Editor is a simple yet powerful application to use when editing your videos. It allows you to add music, split and/or trim clips, add voice-overs, mix audio and many more. The second app, NOTE’d, is a beautiful notepad application to use for recording ideas and bookmarking memos. It supports voice memos […]