My Journey Through the Digital Learning and Leading Program

Over the last year and a half I have been on a wildly transformative journey fraught with emotions, ups, downs and everything in between. As I reflect on this unique experience, I feel like I’ve come a long way from

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My Innovation Project: Time for Change

Over the course of this Digital Learning and Leading program, I have been focusing on leading change here at Lamar University. I realized early on that leading change is easier said than done. Change can be difficult but it is

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Reflecting on the COVA approach and CSLE

You may already be wondering, “What is COVA?” and “What is CSLE?” At face value, COVA stands for: choice, ownership, and voice through authentic assignments. CSLE simply stands for: creating significant learning environments. However, there is no simple definition of

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Effective Professional Learning: Our Plan

Over the course of the last few weeks I have been working on a professional learning (PL) plan for Lamar University faculty that will further my innovation plan of bringing mobile learning into our courses. First I had to take

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Professional Learning Outline

Professional Learning Plan Outline for Our Mobile Learning Initiative Professional learning for teachers must evolve in order to make the biggest impact and create significant learning environments suitable for 21st century learners. Now that you’ve had a chance to view

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Breaking the Cycle: Transforming Professional Development

Throughout my journey in this program, I have been working on an innovation plan that I hope would lead to organizational changes at Lamar University. The big goal for my initiative is our educators integrating mobile learning into their curriculum

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Instructional Design for Online Learning

Developing an online learning environment is not a simple task because it takes a lot of thought and planning to make sure the learners in the course reach your learning goals and objectives. Applying an instructional design strategy can help

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Course Implementation: The Completed Course

This past week I have been busy entering in the last portion of my course that I outlined in last week’s post, Building my online course: Wrapping it up! I completed the discussion board forums and set up all of

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Building my online course: Wrapping it up!

This has been a busy week of working in CourseSites to complete the first half of my course, which is listed in the Outline for Week 3 I posted last week. Briefly, the items added this week include the following:

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Building my online course: The beginning stages

This week I started to build my online course, Fundamentals of Mobile Learning in Education, in the CourseSites LMS. I used the course outline that I developed last week to guide my course design. This week I entered course materials

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