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Brevity is Best for Online Lectures
Take a lesson from some of the best as you produce your own video lectures: keep it brief and bouncy.

FailSix Course Development Assumptions that Fail
Teachers can design; designers can teach; good onground instructors do well online; and other bad moves that may waylay success.

Transcultural Teaching in Multicultural Classrooms
Certain themes and images can help to transcend cultural differences in international settings. Check the video demo.

A Delcaration of Educator Independence
I'm not an appendage, or a contingency, nor even an employee. I'm an independent educator who happens to do other things.

TabletPlatform Demos and Sandboxes
Practice learning platforms and course demos might help you prepare for an a upcoming teaching assignment, and also boost your resume.

Another Hurrah for Adjuncts
Adjunct instructors receive so little yet teach so well, says yet another study. Why and what does that mean?

neuronMoribund Academia as a Change Leader
The challenges we face in a transforming academia foreshadow what is already happening just about everywhere else.

Massive Mess
MOOCs may better serve a global student body as ROOCs, adjusted for what really empowers individual participants.

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Virtual Schools for All?
Technology will inevitably allow broadband access and vast sensational flow, where we can create a sense of place for isolated peoples and students.

Educational Courses by Cellphone
There are more than 6-billion mobile phones globally 5-billion in developing countries short on bandwidth. Education should connect with that.

Dealing with Disruptive Students
Just a handful of tactics can help control classroom disruptions and turn a teaching challenge into a learning experience.


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