Technology exists – there is no hiding from it. It has even made its way into our classrooms. But how much technology is appropriate? Can we really have too much of a good thing? My research at Penn State involves exploring how new and innovative technological tools can enhance teaching and student learning in the introductory-level Earth Science classroom. I encourage you to explore my TWT Portfolio more to learn about the tools I use and my thoughts about technology in education.
Feel free to surf through the tabs across the top. The Blog is where I post my thoughts of new technologies I hear about and experiences using tech tools. My Philosophy focuses on the approach I take to using technology for teaching and student learning. The Examples tab highlights different technologies I have used with examples. The Courses tab lists the Earth Science, geoscience, and geography courses I have taught since beginning my position at Penn State Brandywine in 2001, along with technology-focused assignments. You can review listings of my teaching awards and pedagogical publications focused on teaching with technology in the Scholarship tab. Finally, a Links tab is provided for students to lean more about the software and applications.
Thanks for visiting!
***NOTE that I no longer blog about educational technology on this site. Although I do keep the pages updated on my courses, examples, etc., I am now blogging about geoscience education and educational technology on the American Geophysical Union (AGU)’s Blogosphere at GeoEd Trek (http://blogs.agu.org/geoedtrek/) – check out my weekly postings at this new site!