Educational Theory



The Edge of Ed: The XR Lab

Episode 5 | January 24, 2022 : We are joined today by the Bellevue College XR Lab Team David Wikstrom and Leslie Citrisky. David graduated from BC last year, and Leslie is a student completing her final year with us. They talk with us about XR technology, the history of the XR Lab, and our ...more about The Edge of Ed: The XR Lab



eLearning Month of Microlearning

In the last few months we listened to faculty concerns and questions in our walk-in Zoom sessions.  The topics we have chosen for our first micro webinars, answer the frequently asked questions. Attend a workshop No registration is required. To attend a workshop on the date that works for you, click on the meeting link ...more about eLearning Month of Microlearning



Developing Hybrid / Blended Materials

by Brian Bergen-Aurand With our continuing spate of inclement weather closing campus or otherwise interrupting our teaching schedules, I’ve turned toward putting some of my onground materials online. I’ve begun making a few resources and activities available to students with remote access because I’m trying not to fall behind. Most of us already use a ...more about Developing Hybrid / Blended Materials



5 Ways to Use Canvas in Your Onground Classes

by George Rowe If you’re an instructor in a higher-education classroom, it’s unlikely you haven’t heard of or used the ‘flipped learning’ or ‘flipped classroom’ approach: students access course content online via video lectures and other multimedia, then come to class armed with questions and background knowledge ready to engage in guided, workshop-oriented tasks. Through ...more about 5 Ways to Use Canvas in Your Onground Classes