Category Archives: Learning Outcomes

Affordances of Media

Bates states that “different media have different potential or ‘affordances’ for different type of learning” (Bates, p. 228) and that “the pedagogical affordances of a medium relate to the possibilities of using that medium for specific teaching purposes.” (Bates, p. 229). … Continue reading

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Social Media & Learning Outcomes

As an educator, I’ve used Facebook as an LMS to supplement a classroom and Twitter and Instagram were both used at the museum to share K-12 student projects. I use Twitter as a learner to create Community of Inquiry (COI) … Continue reading

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Mobile Technologies & Learning Outcomes

As a museum educator, I used iPads and smartphones with students working in groups on site which provided them on the go mobile and access to apps and cameras. Scavenger hunt apps were used to support in gallery learning activities … Continue reading

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LMSs & Learning Outcomes

I have very extensive LMS experience. I’ve used three LMSs for course design, teaching and training, I’ve evaluated over 40 LMSs for academic use and human resources, implemented two LMSs (D2L and SharePoint LMS) and administrated two LMSs (Angel and … Continue reading

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