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 […]
Standup Workstation Update My parents brought me a great present for Christmas to improve my standup workstation. The shoes in the picture were also a gift courtesy of my great mother-in-law. I am pretty sure […]
Start me Up This is the first year in a long time that my main academic/work goal has changed. I’ve officially abandoned finishing my Ph.D. and am continuing to focus on other projects.