Click on the links below to see a sampling of my technology projects from the MSU MAET program. To see a full list of the courses I took, with links to more projects, click here.
Teacher Resource Website:
Technology for Students with Dyslexia
This website provides teachers with information and resources to help them understand and assist dyslexic students
Google Docs Web Survey:
Evaluating the Quality of Websites
This user survey, created as a Google Form, can be adapted and appended to any website in order to collect information on site usability. It's embedded in this website; just click on the link to take the survey.
Both examples from CEP817: Learning Technology through Design
Video: "Digital Story: Roadtrip"
This video, created in MovieMaker, chronicles a family road trip during which I investigated the effectiveness of behaviorist and constructivist teaching techniques, using one of my sons as a test subject.
From CEP800: Learning in School and Other Settings
Social Networking Site: Ning
I set up and maintained this Ning social networking site for University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point graduate fellows as a means of introducing them to their new program.
From CEP820: Teaching K12 Students Online
Podcast: Virtual vs. Real Dissection
This podcast presents hands-on research weighing the merits of virtual and real-life frog dissections.
From CEP806: Learning Science with
This mock student e-portfolio served as a prototype for Conserve School e-portfolios.
Conserve School students created these e-portfolios, using the Google Sites template I designed and following the example of the prototype.
From CEP813: Electronic Portfolios
Interactive PowerPoint: Supporting Arguments with Evidence
This PowerPoint, which functions like an interactive game, presents five different methods of supporting formal arguments.
From CEP811: Adapting Innovative Technology to Education
Webquest: We Want You -- To Stop Plagiarism!
This multi-page website leads student groups through the process of educating their fellow students about how (and why) to avoid plagiarism.
From CEP812: Applying Educational Technology to Problems of Practice