For part of an assignment, I had to view 2 different videos and answer questions about them from the perspective of a student. The assignment was more challenging than I thought, and it will certainly help shape my thinking when creating future assignments. We often see things from only our perspective, so it is enlightening … More Through the eyes of a student
Infographics are a great tool for any grade level. They provide quick, concise, and easily viewable information on a given topic. This format makes infographics ideal to present an overview of a complicated or wide ranging topic. For example, there are a ton of infographic-like posters on the wall of the hospital that I work … More Infographics
There are a ton of presentation tools out there, and this week I explored 2 unique ones: Adobe Spark video and Thinglink. I enjoy creative assignments, and truly think they can be effectively used in my type of classroom. Thinglink especially has a ton of possibilities. I could use it (like I did here) as an … More Online Presentations
“You don’t need a 4 year degree to do this” Those words infuriated me as a student, and they still infuriate me now as I sit on the other side of the classroom. For those of you in a baccalaureate medical imaging program, I’m sure you know what I’m talking about. If not, I’m sure … More Why a Bachelor’s Degree?