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100 Google Tricks for Teachers | TeachHUB | Diigo. It’s Google’s world, we’re just teaching in it. Now, we can use it a little more easily. With classes, homework, and projects–not to mention your social life–time is truly at a premium for all teachers, so why not take advantage of the wide world that Google has to offer? From super-effective search tricks to Google tools specifically for education to tricks and tips for using Gmail, Google Docs, and Google Calendar, these tricks will surely save Continue reading →
Hello. I want to take a minute to introduce myself. I recently started at ECU’s College of Education in the role of Instruction Technology Consultant/Web Designer/Blackboard Support. I have created this WordPress site to promote easy communicate and support to the faculty and staff of the COE. My intention is to provide tips, tricks, tutorials, and whatever else you guys might want to see. You are always welcome to post a question on this blog, give me a call, shoot me an email, or even Continue reading →
Fellow Pirate, Ken Hubbell, received the Nova Southeastern Award for Outstanding Practice by a Graduate Student in Instructional Design. All materials submitted to the competition must have been designed no earlier than 2012, while the nominee was enrolled as a graduate student. Hubbell states: “I applied my own customized version of ADDIE that incorporates spiral development as a means of managing the learning solution..[then] I selected a free, real-time animation tool with automated lip-synchronization to shorten the animated video production cycle-time.” We would like to Continue reading →
Last Thursday (8/29/2013), MSITE graduate and undergraduate students took advantage of the opportunity to meet & greet with one another, and make small-talk with their professors outside of the classroom! Faculty and staff provided heavy hors d’oeuvres for everyone to snack on while they were engaging in lively conversations. Overall, 59 students and 15 faculty/staff members were in attendance. Math Graduate Assistant Daphney “Brooke” Hill enjoyed herself immensely. She said: “It was refreshing to talk with some of the freshman students intending to study Math Continue reading →
Several new faculty members join the MSITE Department this fall. We welcome: Charity Cayton, Assistant Professor in Mathematics Education Bonnie Glass, Teaching Instructor in Science Education Maureen Grady, Assistant Professor in Mathematics Education Kay Ringer, Assistant Professor in Mathematics Education Carmen Woodhall, Teaching Assistant Professor in Science Education Shawn Moore, Assistant Director, Center for STEM Education
From Sunday’s Daily Reflector: On August 25, 2013 in Sunday's Daily Reflector newspaper, two of our MATE graduates have been honored. The first, Ms. Lynnly Martin, an ECU MAED & ECU MATE instructor, is to be congratulated for being a Pitt County School Teacher of Year finalist!
The first time Judy Oglesby considered going to college, she was 36-years-old “staring divorce in the face” and trying to figure out how she would support her two children moving forward. A simple act got her interested in teaching – her son’s kindergarten teacher noticed the skill she exhibited as a volunteer at the school. A year of encouragement led her to enroll at Halifax Community College and, two years later, at East Carolina University. Oglesby was part of the College of Education’s Partnership East Continue reading →
North Carolina Online lists Dr. Abbie Brown in their list of Top 20 Education Professors in North Carolina. Dr. Brown was selected for his recent achievements, winning both the Presidential Service Award from the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) and an Excellence in Distance Learning Teaching award from the North Carolina Distance Learning Association. North Carolina Online sought to find educators who have been influential in their field and who have made a positive difference in the lives of their students. Dr. Brown’s Continue reading →