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Canvas, CTE, Educational Technology, Resource, Trainings

Our Most Important Canvas Training

Last week was the 19th Canvas Camp hosted at the University of Oklahoma. Looking back on its evolution from May 2016 to today, the dozens of courses developed by participating instructors, and the feedback I’ve received, Canvas Camp is an ongoing success. Background Canvas Camp is intended to teach instructors how to use Canvas while they are producing their first […]

CTE, Educational Technology

Testing Embedded Surveys

Qualtrics Google Forms Explanation Just exploring functional and visual differences between embedding Qualtrics and Google Form surveys on a WordPress website. As a reference, I used this site to make sure I had the right HTML iFrame for the Qualtrics form. Additionally, the “<p style=”text-align: center;”></p>” portion of the HTML is not necessary for each […]

CTE, Educational Technology, Reflections, Resource, Trainings

Paper Tweet Activity

Recently I led an educational technology workshop at Youth Workers Academy, and one of the technologies I covered in this training was social media. To engage participants with Twitter, I had everyone research what the Bible says about poverty and paraphrase their findings into 140 characters—with the intention these contributions could be tweeted to the world. However, I […]

CTE, Educational Technology, Gaming, Lynda FLC, Projects, Reflections, Trainings, Updates

Trainings, Projects, & Gaming – Fall 2015 Updates & Reflections

Hello internet, it has been a while. I have wanted to do more blogging recently. Yet, I keep running into the issue of starting a post with an awesome idea, but keeping the post in draft form indefinitely because it is not high enough quality or I feel there are pieces missing. I need to interrupt this pattern. […]