Are You a Leader? I’ve always been an active (some say hyperactive) person in any of my places of employment. I always look for ways to improve or optimize processes. I’ve done this in my […]
Are you on Twitter? I’ve been using Twitter for over five years apparently but my use has picked up significantly in the last year. Twiage.com tells me my “Twitter age” to the day as seen […]
Dinner Tonight Rib eye sliced thin with onion, tomato, asparagus, serrano chiles and cream sauce. Ribeye in cream sauce. Preparation Cook asparagus in broiler with a little olive oil and salt sprinkled on top […]
Surprised by Schoology As mentioned last week, I’ve moved to Schoology as my LMS (Learning Management System) for my courses this semester. I am teaching a total of four groups across three separate courses which […]
Go where they are: Facebook A long time ago I was able to engage my students via newsgroups (nntp) or the forums in Moodle or Blackboard. Lately getting students to post on the forums in […]
Did you read the syllabus? Often the syllabus for courses is an exercise in formality of creating a document that we are required to make and ensure students are aware of its existence. Very rarely […]
Read/Write Blogs I’ve only been writing here for a short time and if my count is correct this is my thirty-fourth post. But I’ve been reading blogs for as long as blogs have been around.
A short history of my use of Moodle as a Teaching Tool Over the years, I have used many tools in my teaching. Finding and using new tools is never a problem for me, in […]
Moving Mountains Somedays I realize you can only change yourself and hope others will follow. Related Quotes I found these courtesy of Leadership Now.
I love retreats To start off the semester I participated in an academic retreat to define projects for our implementation at Campus Guadalajara for Tec21. I always enjoy participating in these activities and especially at […]