Category Archives: Adult Education Posts

Reflections on our Web-conferences

I found the cartoon (see link) that my web-conference colleague Joel posted regarding UDL, very thought provoking.   It is so clear that the “class” of animals using their own natural abilities, will not all achieve the goal to “climb the  tree” without some … Continue reading

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Education Trend – Data Driven Learning Analytics and Assessment

As a trainer and consultant it is extremely satisfying to realize that learners fully understand an idea.  It is a magical moment when their eyes light up and they start to leapfrog forward, digesting whole concepts, one after another.  As … Continue reading

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Flipped Classroom – Changing roles of Instructors and Students

Flipped classrooms (FC’s) are changing the roles of the instructor as we increase the use of technology throughout the world.  Much of the early work for FC’s was developed in the K-12 environment and is applicable in adult education as … Continue reading

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