Monthly Archives: April 2018

Call for Chapters: “Storytelling outside the context of entertainment, where the narration progresses as a sequence of patterns impressive in quality, relates to a serious context, and is a matter of thoughtful process”

In human culture, storytelling has a long tradition. The reasons why stories have been told are manifold: to entertain, to transfer knowledge between generations, to keep cultural heritage, or to warn others of dangers. With the emergence of the digitalization

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From my inbox, Making Digital Learning Work: Success strategies from six leading universities and community colleges

Here is a new report titled “Making Digital Learning Work: Success strategies from six leading universities and community colleges”

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CALL FOR CHAPTERS: Social and Emotional Learning in Teaching and Teacher Education

CALL FOR CHAPTERS: Volume 1: Social and Emotional Learning in Teaching and Teacher Education Edited by Roisin P. Corcoran, IRINSTITUTES & UCD, Patricia Jennings, University of Virginia Kimberly A. Schonert-Reichl, University of British Columbia A volume in the Contemporary Perspectives on

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AECT Webinar: Why we (don’t) discuss: Online instructors speak out about success, constraints, and needs

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