Technology That Tutors: 7 Ways to Save Time by Using the Blog as a Teaching Tool
As university professors, we seem to find ourselves having the same conversation with different students time and time again. What if we could leverage our time and clone ourselves? What if we could be available to our students whenever and wherever they wanted us, virtually?
Technology offers such a solution with the creation of the blog. Think of the blog as technology that tutors 24/7. Welcome to the world of the blog where some of our efforts as a professor are now scalable. Learn how you can create a video (with transcript), embed on your blog, and simply provide the link to your students as the need or topic may arise in class discussions.
Please join Dr. Cheryl Lentz on this journey as she offers a path to shorten your learning curve with increased efficiency in teaching methods as we look to the blog with 7 ways to save time by using the blog as a teaching tool.
Dr. Cheryl Lentz is a prolific author known for her writings on The Golden Palace Theory of Management and refractive thinking. Additional published works include her dissertation: Strategic Decision Making in Organizational Performance: A Quantitative Study of Employee Inclusiveness, The Golden Palace Theory of Management, Journey Outside the Golden Palace, The Consumer Learner: Emerging Expectations of a Customer Service Mentality, and contributions to award winning series: The Refractive Thinker®: Anthology of Doctoral Learners , Volumes I-VII.