This has been absolutely the most frustrating aspect! Attempting to post an embedded video into this little post. I even zipped the file to reduce size. I am beginning to think I do not have time to complete this and can see why students up against a deadline choose to do the bare minimum when faced with technology inclined to be perverse.
Anyone have any tips?
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River walk at KPC
Walk out of my office at lunch and this is what I experience. Every year (and it has been a decade!) it takes my breath away and inspires me to keep going. I love learning, advising and being here. It is a treasure and I am honored to be a caretaker.
I may or may not have just joined Google+ and might be experiencing a data overload! It is like a mashup of all things that interest Brandi. I like it! Anyone else on Google+? How do you like it?
UBD-Tree_201601 Preparatory Advising 101
Here is my UBD tree for the Preparatory Advising 101 Blackboard course shell. I would appreciate feedback and direction from those you have previous course design experience as well as those who, thinking from a student’s perspective, may identify areas I have not considered.
will-da-beast that most elusive of creatures, prone to mischief frequently attempting to cram large amounts of knowledge into their melons.
At this time I feel as though I am attempting to force knowledge (not wisdom) into my framework at a speed beyond my capacity to effectively utilize and recognize that the students I am attempting to reach are likely experiencing this effect to varying degrees. Taking this into account I am looking forward to creating a course design that accommodates multiple learning speeds with opportunities for students to re-watch, re-read and re-experience videos, presentations, handouts, articles and conversations that prepare them to meet their goals in school, at work, home and in life. It feels like a tall order.
I can do this.