Three Ways to Use Whiteboards to Enhance E-Learning

When you think of e-learning, you might not associate it with paper and pencil, but many students also now use  different new tools in addition to their course content for learning online. An alternative to the traditional method that is gaining popularity in education is the use of whiteboards, or non-permanent surfaces, to replace pencil … Continue reading Three Ways to Use Whiteboards to Enhance E-Learning

Avoiding Our Blind Spots with Multidisciplinary Collaboration

A few weeks ago, I wrote a blog on three inspiring ideas that came out of Brightspace’s FUSION conference in Orlando, Florida. The three ideas were: The Importance of Creative Courage Multidisciplinary Collaboration is the Future of Innovation The Slow Hunch vs. The Eureka Moment I would like to take a moment now to elaborate … Continue reading Avoiding Our Blind Spots with Multidisciplinary Collaboration

3 Inspiring Ideas from Brightspace’s FUSION Keynote Speakers

Last week, Tony Stecca, whose name you may recognize from his regular contributions to the Hekademia blog, and I attended Brightspace’s FUSION conference in Orlando, Florida. This venue enables innovators to connect with other creative individuals and start conversations on education, technology, and what the future has in store. In lieu of a recap of … Continue reading 3 Inspiring Ideas from Brightspace’s FUSION Keynote Speakers

Let’s Start a Collabor-nation!

The science of mathematics has developed through collaboration. Every theorem, statement, and axiom builds upon the work that other mathematicians have done. With this in mind, new theorems that we develop today relate to the work mathematicians have done across time, back to the earliest mathematician, Euclid, who documented his calculations. If humans had not collaborated, … Continue reading Let’s Start a Collabor-nation!