Learning from Students

One of the great benefits of teaching is learning from and being inspired by your students. I am happy to report that it is no different at the online graduate level.

Web 2.0: Impacting Learning Environments course designer/instructor Kathy Schrock recently shared some of the work her student, Cassie Burnett, just did for the class. Kathy found the information Cassie shared in her “Creative Advantage: Using Design Principles to Organize Information” SlideShare so rich that Kathy asked to include it in her own “Infographics as a Creative Assessment” session that she presented two weeks ago at the ISTE Conference in Philadelphia.

Every week I hope to feature something we instructors have learned from our Wilkes EDIM graduate students and I hope that helps and inspires you to continue learning from and celebrating what your students share.

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