Posts Categorized: WordPress
This site was created by Dianne Jennings and Jill Reid as part of a presentation. The participants in the workshop went out into the world to capture images that represented the change they were looking to make in their course. The propagated the blog via email. What’s the right blend?
This is a blog based website that aggregates the reflections and projects of those working with ALT Lab to explore the impact our learning spaces have on teaching and learning.
This site was built around posing provocative questions that lead to deeper conversations about education. Moreover, we wanted to make it visually appealing and easy for people to participate. This webpage helps people make posts with ease because it is built on gravity forms: seamless and intuitive.
A UNIV 200 course that displays student work in some interesting and visual ways. It’s also worth exploring for other course related elements. See live: a question with student responses animated! Plugins Used Author Avatars List, Authors Widget, FeedWordPress, LayerSLider WP, Q&A WordPress Questions and answers section. Theme Statua
“This blog will chronicle my class notes and critical thoughts on educational psychology topics as well as my travels to Italy this semester.” Plugins Used none Theme Crisp
The Spit for Science site highlights program efforts and aggregates the posts of student participants. Note the use of the banner gallery for highlights. You can add many images to highlight your program or course. [row] [column md=”6″] [well size=”sm”] Plugins Auto Post Thumbnail, Bootstrap 3 Shortcodes, Display Posts Shortcode, Feed WordPress, OH Add Script… Read more »
Interactive Fictions is a Focused Inquiry course taught by Dr. Kristen Reed. Theme Radiate
A student in the Field Botany course who took their own site to the next level.
James Keck’s personal page which feeds in items of interest via Feed WordPress automatically. Theme Gazette Edition