Category Archives: Ah-Ha Moments!

Post an idea, event, teaching moment that was a true ah-ha for you during the semester!

Ah-ha Moment – At Last

Oh Eno board, how I hate to love you… fellow fellows, I encourage to keep trying.  I’ve struggled with the Eno board as well, but I am gradually mastering the controls and learning how to troubleshoot.  I intend to make … Continue reading

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Schooled by a Samsung

So I think that a gen-ed class of 30 is quite a different experience than most of you are having.  I told them all to feel free to bring their technology on the first day.  I specifically asked them all … Continue reading

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You CAN teach an old dog new tricks!

Hi, Everyone! I used Rob’s introduction activity he posted two weeks ago for my first grad class in Howell on Saturday.  Since those classes last from 8-5 (ugh–whose idea was that?), we linked it to a discussion we had about … Continue reading

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Curiosity

It has been really helpful and enjoyable to read on the blog this week about the first days’ experiences that you and your students are having in the Learn Lab.  The FCTL Team would love to hear from all of … Continue reading

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First Impression Survey

Gloria had a great idea. She is going to do this in the old classroom and the new one. I’m just going to do it in the new one.   We created a survey about their first impression of the … Continue reading

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My Ah-Ha Moment Monday

I noticed that Jennifer and Roxanne were not on task for the Scavenger Hunt.  It occurred to me that if I only have two assignments for four people, I can’t assume all four will work collaboratively on the assignment.  So, … Continue reading

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Cloud 9

This is both a quick verification that the blog works (surprise) and to share a key item I took from our Learn Lab week.    The Google Docs exercise inspired me to search for a new, yet free software environment for … Continue reading

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