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Etale - Life in the Digital World
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A personal experience left me longing for some competency-based learning.
etale, Etale - Life in the Digital World, October 24, 2012
Yesterday, as I listened to a webinar about the personalized and competency-based learning models explored at places like NAU and SNHU, I appreciated the chance to further consider the affordances and limitations of such models. Later that night, I had an experience that gave me new experiential understanding of the subject. As a professor and [...] Thu, 18 Oct 2012 12:47:14 +0000 [Comment]

Learning more about personalized and competency-based learning in CFHE12
etale, Etale - Life in the Digital World, October 24, 2012
Here are a few musings based about the webinar entitled: Walking the talk AND NAU: Personalized Learning. There were two speakers. The first provided a brief introduction to the Southern New Hampshire University model by Yvonne Simon, Chief Learning Architect at SNHU. The second was Fred Hurst, Senior VP of Extended Campuses at NAU. He [...] Wed, 17 Oct 2012 18:14:26 +0000 [Comment]

Informal Interactions and Faculty / Student Mentoring
etale, Etale - Life in the Digital World, October 24, 2012
I just finished listening to a webinar about UCF’s blended and online learning efforts. It was a webinar entitled Net Pedagogies: New Models of Teaching and Learning, and it is part of one of the newest MOOCS (CFHE12). I appreciated the many specific and practical aspects that were shared, especially the different types of faculty [...] Tue, 16 Oct 2012 18:05:39 +0000 [Comment]


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