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The Center for Disease Control (CDC) (http://www.cdc.gov/), in partnership with the Public Health Foundation (PHF) (http://www.phf.org), invites distance learning professionals who are responsible for developing online training products to participate in the eLearning Institute Fellowship program to learn how to produce quality eLearning in order to expand their impact and reach. [...]
The interpretive lens activity below fits into the Read Ahead Lesson Plan. It is suitable for any subject area and can be used with any reading selection. Subject(s) Any subject area Grade 4-12 Brief Description Apply an interpretive lens to any reading selection Objectives Experiment with interpretation through purposeful manipulation [...]
Getting Students to Read While working on my PhD at Georgia State University's College of Education, I met a dedicated and inspiring high school English teacher, Josh Cuevas. He was committed to helping his students improve their reading skills by requiring them to read for 50 minutes [...]
While actual higher education enrollments declined over the last several years, enrollment in higher education online programs continues to increase at a rapid rate (See OLC Report). More faculty and higher education leaders now see both the advantages of offering online and hybrid versions of traditional classes and the inevitability [...]
Full Tilt Ahead is fully immersed in a challenging and innovative project with the University of Virginia (UVA) to build an “Interactive Online Class, Course, and Curriculum Design Tool.” The goal of this custom instructional design tool is to aid in the design of evidence-based, student-focused, learning-centered courses.
Full Tilt Ahead had a fantastic time at Atlanta Connected Learning’s Digital Pedagogy meetup last night at Manuel’s Tavern. We met some fantastic and engaging people we thoroughly enjoyed sharing ideas with and learning from. We particularly enjoyed Jon Anderson’s talk about Pedagogy, Not Platforms. Read about our presentation over [...]