Educ 107 – Getting Started.

This is a post for my upcoming course at Drake University on Learning and Assessment.  This course will explore contemporary theories of learning and how they can be used to create a cohesive framework for informing instructional decisions.  This course will also look at how learning theory can inform assessment decisions and evaluate various forms of assessment.

While students will be required to engage in the ongoing discussion, I hope many of you in the online PLN will also choose to participate and help my students gain greater perspective and depth in their reflections. Check out the course syllabus and other tools we’ll be using here.  Feel free to join any of our groups and follow our hashtags: #DrakeU and #educ107.

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30 Responses to Educ 107 – Getting Started.

  1. Here is the website for my blog to Education 107!


  2. Jason Taylor says:

    Here’s my blog


  3. Emily James says:

    Here is my blog for class!


  4. Sarah Zielinski says:
  5. Cate O'Donnell says:

    Here’s the link to my blog:


  6. Jessica Good says:

    Here’s the link to my blog.


  7. Lacey Partlow says:

    Here’s the link to my blog


  8. Diana Mata Corvera says:

    okay new at this and still trying to figure it all out.


  9. Alexa Homb says:

    Here is the link to my blog:


  10. Tyler Castro says:

    ok this is my blog, first time it didn’t post


  11. Does it work this time?


    I’m not sure why this didn’t post the first time, I tried to do it last Wednesday. My bad!


  13. Ann E Bennett says:

    I was thinking about using an old blog, but decided it’s a better idea for me to just use this one!


  14. jennifer kloppenburg says:

    Hope this actually posts.


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