The following presentation reviews a research study which examines the use of casual games to increase learners motivation, engagement, and achievement.
How to organize and structure a lesson using zoom, video, or other online course tools.
The following video describes ways that schools can handle having onlnie courses when students do not have internet or computers
UNCW will start two Esports certificates this fall 2020. One for undergraduates and one for graduates. I am the program coordinator!
Here is a link to our draft website: https://uncw.edu/ed/esports/
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New to zoom? Check out my tips:
How to design an online course. I am asked time and time again how I design my online courses, what do they look like, how do I organize them, etc. Today I will show you! Enjoy!
In wake of the corona virus and any emergency, schools are looking into online options. This video will guide you through some of the best tools available (and are free!) to perform this task quickly and efficiently. This video is for K12, higher education, and anyone looking to teach online.
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The following video discusses the advantages, disadvantages, ins, and outs of students evals (SETs) and offers some alternatives for higher education.
What does the research say? What are the advantages? See the following video
I have created a new website where I can share some of my interests outside of instructional design, esports, and education. This new site will focus on tech tips, health, fitness, finance, lifestyle, etc. I wanted to keep all of that out of my personal site (this one you are reading) where I try to keep it professional and focused on things around my career. Anyway, check it out:
Here is the new site – http://professorpractical.com