Elizabeth Omiteru

Essential Habits of an Excellent Educator

You are what you do everyday. Simply put, the habits of an excellent educator are that they have positive habits, and students are usually the central focus. When I become…Read More Article by Vicki Davis – Edutopia  

VSU hosts Competency-based Education Workshop

Faculty and Staff from Valdosta State University, University of West Georgia, and University System of Georgia participated in a Competency-based Education (CBE) Workshop hosted by VSU with support through a Georgia Department of Education Grant.  Presentations by faculty and staff from the highly successful University of Wisconsin Extension Flex Program provided valuable information on CBE […]

Hackathons as a New Pedagogy

Students are coming out of school expected to solve 21st-century problems and enter into occupations that haven’t even been imagined yet. Schooling is not designed in this manner, so we wanted to give students an opportunity to solve problems in authentic contexts, using 21st-century skills…. Read More Hackathons as a New Pedagogy by Brandon Zoras | […]

What Wearable Tech Could Mean for the Classroom

Not too long ago, tablets and smartphones were largely viewed as educational scourges — mere distractions responsible for dulling minds and derailing productivity. Now, instead of being shunned completely, these devices are embraced as invaluable tools for meeting the complex, often hard to define needs of digital natives. Undoubtedly, wearable technology is destined to follow […]

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