The November Provisions Session discussed the topic of internships and capstones, and the presenters provided information on the topic from three different departments at The College of Saint Rose. The presenters included Jessica Loy, from the Art Department, Maureen Rotondi, from the Department of Social Work, and Marguerite Lodico, from the Educational Psychology Department. First, … Continue reading November Provisions Session: Internships and Capstones
A recent post to the Wired Campus Blog titled "In Classroom Experiment, All Discussion Happened via Twitter," Alisha Azvedo discusses Stephen Groening's experience in his cellphone cultures class at George Mason University. Groening's course was designed to encourage students to think about cultural issues associated with cellphones. For a Twitter discussion experiment, Groening set up … Continue reading Does Twitter Have a Place in the Classroom?
Marc Perry’s post “The Real Revolution is Openness, Clay Shirky Tells Tech Leaders,” on Wired Campus Blog, discusses key points from Clay Shirky’s speech at this year’s Educause conference. Perry describes Shirky as one of the country’s most prominent Internet thinkers, and notes that the big theme of Shirky’s talk was openness. The term openness … Continue reading Teachers Helping Teachers