Monthly Archives: September 2011

50 Best Blogs for Online Educators

On 50 Best Blogs for Online Educators it states, “… Fortunately, many who work in educational technology fields are more than willing to share their expertise with others online through videos, podcasts, and more commonly, blogs. We’ve collected a few … Continue reading

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Teacher vulnerability engenders trust

Interesting post on “Vulnerability as a Connection Tool … in Distance Education” – there’s a 6-minute video clip and the following description: Today’s hot topic deals with teacher’s  & trainer’s vulnerability in distance education. This is a very important subject … Continue reading

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The Exploratorium is “the museum of science, art and human perception,”physically located in San Francisco. Its site includes a long list of “Things to Make and Do” which are accessible by category – Astronomy & Space, Culture, Earth, Everyday Science, … Continue reading

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