Well the presentation has come and gone and I have to say, while it seemed like it was a long time preparing, it happened so fast it feels like a it was a breeze. Something I always find fascinating about learning – we struggle through it, wrestle with concepts and debate with rubrics throughout, and […]Read more "Blog Post 4 – Inquiry project reflection"
After searching through Google form some decent examples of Radiology related web quests, I was able to locate this one on Zunal, and this on on Glogster. Both are quite good examples of how web quests could be employed to expand student’s knowledge on a given subject, pathology in the above examples. What I quite like about […]Read more "Blog Post 3 – WebQuests in Radiology Education"
For more information on flipping the classroom, and to try to ascertain how I could use such a concept in mine, I chose the following two articles. I chose them for the simple reason that the first addressed reactions from a professor and his students exploring the flipped classroom concept for the first time, and the […]Read more "Flipped Learning in MY classroom"
This blog article about the utilization of QR codes in the classroom caught my attention as something I would love to learn more about. While the article does deal with some other methods for ‘flipping the classroom’, the portion I wish to focus on is the use of QR codes in the classroom. QR codes are […]Read more "QR Codes & Student Centred Learning"