Hi All! The +10 eLearn Power Points are for finding inaccuracies in the History of DL lesson. Email me if you find any. Someone already found one that I didn’t know about (and got VERY specific, so that just goes to show you – don’t ask educators to find inaccuracies!) I jest. But seriously I was thinking about a stat that was in one of the infographics that’s not consistent with what the actual stats are today. Find it (or other inaccuracies), and email me for your +10.
Pretty random, I know, but I found it and used the resource anyways because I liked it, so I thought it might be an interesting exercise.
In OTHER news –
1) You don’t have to cite additional sources for the History of DL Multimedia presentation. I tried to provide a pretty broad overview, which is really all you need to bring the context of where it came from into current discussions. I actually have a colleague who thinks that online learning is well-established and not a relatively new phenomenon. I laugh at him – ha ha ha ha ha! (Picture a belly laugh). But truly, when you consider from the Socratic method forward, it’s a pretty recent blip, so there’s no surprises that everyone’s still working the kinks out on what works and doesn’t work for learning.
2) Tag lines! So, if you’re struggling with a tag line for your blog, try Googling “educational quotes.” You can find one you might like, or create one of your own:
Or, consider doing what I did and looking for a “Chinese proverb”. http://www.quotationspage.com/quotes/Chinese_Proverb/
I feel like it gives me an air of wisdom and provides a certain gravitas which balances out my normally somewhat unconventional personality. Got more questions? Send them my way. I’m LOVING IT! That’s enthusiasm, not sarcasm. Signing off – Sasha