Flipped teaching supported by screencasts enables instructors to become facilitators of learning and avoid the sage-on-a-stage teaching approach.
BiographyMichael F. Ruffini is an Associate Professor of Educational Technology at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania. He teaches both undergraduate and graduate educational technology courses in the Department of Department of Educational Studies and Secondary Education. Michael completed his Ed.D. degree at Widener University.
Screencasts can provide learners a student-centered and engaging learning experience in both distance and traditional learning settings.
Social bookmarking websites enhance and improve the learning experience by encouraging group collaboration and making organizing and saving web resources faster and easier for students.