Monthly Archives: April 2011

Upcoming Moodle Workshops for Faculty, TAs and FAs

Distributed Learning will continue our series of Moodle workshops in May with three offerings that will cover different aspects of Moodle. 

The two-hour workshops will take place on the Pasadena campus in the Student Services Center (250 N. Madison, 2nd … Continue reading

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“Education is about growth and transformation, not only of culture, but of persons, too.” – Jane Danielewicz

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Measuring learning and the Gov’t

*Warning: my thoughts on all of this continue to change and be re-formed. So this is probably the first of many thoughts on the subject.* “It is one thing to measure how much time a student spends in a classroom; … Continue reading

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Possibilities that didn’t exist before…

This is Bill Rankin, Director of Educational Innovation at ACU.  He’s talking specifically about mobile learning devices in this clip, but in terms of using technology in education I think his perspective and vision are exactly where we need to … Continue reading

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Imagination Summit

A few of us from Fuller headed down to Biola last Friday to the Imagination Summit.  I had low expectations for this conference.  I’ve been to many other conferences that are supposed to be about educational innovation that turned out … Continue reading

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Creating a welcoming online environment

Church planters, church growth people, and leaders of all kinds long ago realized the importance of creating a welcoming environment.  When people who are unfamiliar with your church building show up, the last thing you want to do is confuse … Continue reading

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