A 9 Step Cheatsheet for Becoming a Public Speaking Expert | Visual.ly

Nobody likes the thought of being put on the spot – this infographic will give you everything you need to know about preparing a killer speech. Whatev Source: A 9 Step Cheatsheet for Becoming a Public Speaking Expert | Visual.ly Wow!  This infographic from the London Speaker Bureau is fabulous!

The Hardest Test

From White Belt to Yellow Belt

Last night I took the yellow belt test, and it was the hardest test I have ever taken.  I finally have experienced a test that was harder to deal with than the Praxis test I took when I was a student teacher.  That day, as I pulled into the parking lot at Dieruff High School,Read more

Online Learning and Teaching: Why Teachers Are Still Critical to Students’ Success

As another MOOC winds down, I have been thinking about the impact of technology on teaching and learning. Back in the early days of my online learning journey, teachers were afraid that moving education efforts online would eliminate the need for teachers. Some professors were hesitant to “teach online” because they felt they were teaching themselves out of a job, somehow proving that they were nothing more than grading machines and forum monitors. Some online instructors actually did nothing more than that and kept their jobs, which only made other teachers more fearful of the trend to move classes online.