Monthly Archives: March 2012


Switching platforms

Due to its minimal spam management, I will soon be moving this blog from its Blogger platform to a WordPress platform. Plus, WordPress has a lot more flexibility and features.


Technology humanizing the classroom

I had heard of Khan Academy as an example of open content, but hadn’t familiarized myself with it. Then I downloaded the iPad app and watched this video. And loved it. Here are some highlights: The counterintuitive benefit of flipping the classroom is that it¬†humanizes the learning experience. Rather than […]


How students use technology

I’m on a spring break mission trip with nine students and one other adviser to Chicago to study firsthand interfaith relations. I may (or may not) reflect on the interfaith mission in my personal blog. Here, I would like to chronicle how we’re using technology, especially how the students are using it on their […]