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Big Question: What did you learn in 2008

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This month’s Big Question from ASTD’s Learning Circuits blog is What did you learn about learning in 2008? I started grad school in the Fall of 2007. So this year I took the following courses: Introduction to Instructional Systems Trends … Continue reading

Fun with Dick & Carey in the real world

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This semester I am taking a class called “Introduction to Instructional Design”. We are stepping through Dick, Carey & Carey’s textbook The Systematic Design of Instruction. The book examines the Dick and Carey model of instruction in detail. Here’s a … Continue reading

Busy! And the start of a new semester

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I delivered a beta class last week, and I have been totally consumed with that activity. So sorry about the lack of posting! The fall semester also started last week. This semester I am taking Introduction to Systematic Instructional Design. … Continue reading

I hosted my first Second Life event tonight

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Tonight I hosted a social event for incoming Distance Learning students to the Instructional Systems program at FSU – in Second Life (SL). I worked with a doctorate student to set it all up. We hung out in SL for … Continue reading

Lessons I learned from my summer class

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If you follow me on twitter, you are probably very well aware of my rough ride in my summer class. So, my final paper has been handed in, and I have been mulling over what I can take away from … Continue reading