This dish, tortilla soup's not so distant cousin, was supposedly created in the region of Jalisco, the Western state that also gave us mariachi music and tequila. It starts with the same simple stock of chicken and tomatoes, but amps up the flavor with the smoky punch of chipotle pepper. Continue reading →
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Even as webinars become a standard instructional tool, many fall short in terms of engagement. This presentation covered strategies and applications that promote participant interaction and collaboration. Continue reading →The post Engagement Required appeared first on Adesina Media.
The promise of an engaging webinar is often met with the reality that providing a steady level of interaction with the audience is tricky. And once a presentation fails to engage the audience, it makes it harder to reach learning objectives. In that you can typically only hold a person?s attention for 7 to 10 minutes at a time, using engagement activities in between thematic sections of the presentation will help to keep your participants...
Creating a space for learner engagement in the online environment can be tricky, especially if you are seeking to keep the same level of collaboration and interaction as found in a comparable face-to-face experience. Much of the work of ensuring a successful experience online in terms of meeting learning outcomes comes down to smart planning. Take advantage of the suggestions below to boost the level of engagement among participants in your...
Given the fact that I constantly interact with educators seeking access to tools that are free and easily implementable, I wanted to scour the web for some alternatives to Camtasia and Adobe Captivate that would achieve the same learning outcomes without having to dip into the wallet. Happily, the following applications seem to do the trick, especially if you are in a situation where a nonexistent budget is a sizable roadblock in terms of...
Instructional designers often have the challenge of pairing effective applications of technology with diverse learning objectives, all while keeping to a strict (and often non-existent) budget. This one-hour presentation features a bevy of cutting-edge tools for the classroom that are … Continue reading →The post Open Source Tools for the 21st Century Learner appeared first on Adesina Media.
We’ve all been there – the dreaded webinar that promised a big payout, but left us hungry for something (anything) more than what was given. Your desire to multitask, doze or simply exit grows stronger with each passing PowerPoint slide, … Continue reading →The post Designing Effective Webinars appeared first on Adesina Media.
The following presentation was created by Nan Peck and myself as a professional development tool for faculty and staff at Northern Virginia Community College. We were invited to present Death by PowerPoint at the VCCS New Horizons Conference in April … Continue reading →The post Death by PowerPoint appeared first on Adesina Media.
Help me raise $1500 for the National MS Society so that I can participate in a 50K walk for a cure for multiple sclerosis. In exchange for donations, I'm trading deliciousness in the form of custom-written recipes. Are you hungry for a delicious dish and an end to a disease that has affected so many lives? I sure as hell am. Continue reading →The post Recipes for a Cure appeared first on Adesina Media.
Website for NOVASTARTALK, a federally-funded initiative that strives to increase the number of people speaking critical-need langauges (such as Chinese and Arabic). Continue reading →The post NOVASTARTALK Website (v. 2) appeared first on Adesina Media.
Posters for all four simultaneous screenings of TED Full Spectrum 2012 at each of the Barrett campus locations. Continue reading →The post TEDxBHC Poster for TED Full Spectrum 2012 appeared first on Adesina Media.