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Christ-follower. Teacher Educator. (#EdTech is my jam.) Husband of one and dad of two. Oh, and geeky. Definitely geeky. My tweets speak only for me.

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@SteveAdams54 100% agree!
5/28
2020
@HCAKCAthletics I appreciate the feedback! Glad this resonated.And while I’m here: 15 minutes for a video lesson? How about 3 at 5 minutes each?
Retweeted by Dave MulderI’m seeing a lot of videos made by teachers where the lesson is well planned, good pacing, decent video, etc. But t… https://t.co/Ia3RdEOHy2
Retweeted by Dave MulderWhen making videos for instruction, you don’t need to go Hollywood level of production. HOWEVER: (1) clear non-busy… https://t.co/9NgIjYz6p9
Retweeted by Dave MulderDo you remember Mr Roger’s 3 rules for success? 1. Be Kind 2. Be Kind 3. Be Kind
Retweeted by Dave Mulder @MargoRedlinger Thanks for the RT! Glad this resonated with you. @alwalkr Thanks for the RT! Glad this resonated with you. @TimWildeboer1 Thanks for the RT! Glad this resonated with you. @ABishopLCMS Glad you found it valuable! Thanks for the feedback.
5/27
2020
"Your goal should not be to return to normal. If it is and you succeed, you will have missed a great opportunity. W… https://t.co/DFcbYPMWoN
Retweeted by Dave MulderI needed to see this today. https://t.co/z5pP672PR7Strong leaders lead from character, tell the truth, and draw deep goodness from those who follow. Ineffective lea… https://t.co/9yD0jn55Wf
Retweeted by Dave Mulder @dirksen_ben @DenverChristian @tyleramidon @drkedu @BrHoman @mdboer77 @amber_ballast @CovMDC @BrianVerwolfhttps://t.co/IkGeEx2lpl @PeterWelle Glad you found it valuable! I appreciate your feedback.New post on the blog today: “So Many Thoughts: Planning for Fall” https://t.co/tfYnYgCt8d https://t.co/uZ03edHSdj
5/26
2020
the blurb in the tweet is not really representative of the whole piece - I almost didn't read, but it's definitely… https://t.co/IPXQl31xCl
Retweeted by Dave MulderThe toughest part about creative work is the ongoing question “Wait, is this stupid?”
Retweeted by Dave MulderOur summer term begins two weeks from today! Still thinking about joining us? There are a few seats left, and still… https://t.co/QPhrc3tHSW
Retweeted by Dave MulderC-19 Ed thought of the day: 2 weeks of keeps - Let's keep recorded math lessons so students can watch the lesson ov… https://t.co/j85VAW9h8W
Retweeted by Dave MulderReading @chuckdegroat’s new book. I’m about 100 pages in, and good grief, this is helpful. I highly recommend. https://t.co/rBOzcxbXzA @stacip05 @robmoore3 Thanks, Staci! @MeganKingery1 @robmoore3 Thanks, Megan! It’s been a great day.
5/25
2020
@robmoore3 Thanks, Rob! It’s been a great day so far. Lots of family time, an amazing cake made by my wife, and now… https://t.co/5qz9LHVhQIAn LMS is not a storage space but a classroom. If you were teaching face to face, would you simply dump materials o… https://t.co/p4r8CBl4le
Retweeted by Dave MulderFor institutions considering #hyflex for this fall, the responses here give some insight into faculty perceptions o… https://t.co/hXTE2gNEej @tadousay I had an afternoon like that this past week too. #academia
5/24
2020
#relatabletweet https://t.co/FKiVyQ3CCF
5/23
2020
@steph_moore @AECT @AECT2020 @ass_deans I second this proposal! 😄 @MLindseyMath Hooray! Welcome to Twitter. 😃“Embrace your grief, for there your soul will grow.” — Carl Jung
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5/22
2020
@robmoore3 Here’s hoping! 😂😂😂Writing this afternoon. Worked for two hours to write ~125 words. I think I’m going to go mow the lawn instead. #academiaC-19 Ed thought of the day: 2 weeks of keeps - Let's keep a reduction in ranking and comparison of students. God cr… https://t.co/btrBD95OQS
Retweeted by Dave Mulder @rlangenhorst Oooooooooof. 😳😫🤯
5/21
2020
@VoetbalDaveS You are very kind, my friend. :-D
5/20
2020
@katedevries18 @DordtEDUC Woo-hoo!! I’m so glad you’re joining in the fun, Kate! 😃Thinking about just recording your lectures for your online courses? Here’s something to consider.… https://t.co/7WSDwsnBPT
Retweeted by Dave Mulder @tom_deelstra @DordtEDUC That’s a great question! I’ll make sure the Director of Grad Ed gets this question and get… https://t.co/Ca13gx4xmz @robmoore3 https://t.co/FD9c39v8bD
5/19
2020
@ABishopLCMS @beim_m And OF COURSE we’ll take good care of Matt. :-D @ABishopLCMS @beim_m Likewise! Hope we can work together in the future. @heits1 Glad you found this valuable, Laura! Thanks for passing it on.Move to Online Learning: 12 Key Ideas https://t.co/bssxESYwNj A reflection on the lessons of the last eight weeks o… https://t.co/5srGy7wCE4
Retweeted by Dave Mulder @zeitz Thanks for the tip. I’m going to do some more reading. :-) @zeitz Hmmm…I saw it in a speech Mitra gave about the hole in the wall experiment. Time for me to do a little more research!Thanks, as always, to the amazing moderating team at #iaedchat of @DuffysClassroom @danpbutler and @townsleyaj. You… https://t.co/8XZmrLyMD8I’ll just close out my thoughts for tonight’s #iaedchat with this one. Don’t be a teacher who can be “replaced by a… https://t.co/bjKIeU3NNjA7 - Definitely using their interests and providing choices to personalize their learning. Mostly providing asynchronous learning. #IAedChat
Retweeted by Dave MulderA7: Integrating more project based learning and determine what the students are passionate about. #iaedchat
Retweeted by Dave MulderA7: Projects: some based on S interests, some based on something Ss want to learn more about. #IAedChat
Retweeted by Dave MulderThis one has me thinking about making learning meaningful and relevant for students. What is in their home environm… https://t.co/2czksSUu8tA7: The schedules and structures of schools are largely for purposes of crowd control. Now's our chance to flip tha… https://t.co/G7YoAv7ohQ
Retweeted by Dave Mulder @BlakeyMeghan That’s what I’m thinking too. Involve their own choice/preferences/strengths and use that to guide th… https://t.co/pdp8DdbGlvA6: I was able to use digital citizenship materials from @CommonSenseEd for distance learning too. #iaedchat
Retweeted by Dave MulderA6: What's even more important than WHICH tools are useful is HOW these tools are used to create a challenging but… https://t.co/wQA6wny958
Retweeted by Dave MulderA6: Screencastify has been my go to tool for both teachers and students. Making a quick video to answer a question… https://t.co/gE5YFDkNNJ
Retweeted by Dave MulderA6: While I’m a huge proponent of online tools, balance is so important. I would encourage at least an hour off no-… https://t.co/sTVJgOn7c9A6: Some good tools for online teaching: - Padlet - Socrative - Flipgrid - Google Drive - Screencastify #iaedchatA6: SO many good tools out there! My big encouragement is to limit the number of tools we use. Try them out yoursel… https://t.co/nNaPTSgWMRA5: At the risk of shameless self-promotion… We’re offering E-learning Design online at @DordtEDUC this summer. Cou… https://t.co/H4j6wNwv1M @beim_m I love that. Reminds me a lot of the middle school concept as encouraged by @AMLE. Students should have a voice in their education!A5: We simply have to prioritize training and support for distance teaching. Most of the stress I’ve heard from edu… https://t.co/L72EjEEshUA5: I think that collaborating with colleagues is incredibly important. Channels in Teams might be a good plan movi… https://t.co/l5Ap1nAgn2If/when we shut down in the fall, it won't be optional learning. A lift of this magnitude is tremendous. What we ca… https://t.co/lQPWb4RfYL
Retweeted by Dave MulderI love the honesty of this tweet. #iaedchat https://t.co/HPlIMGhjhiA4: I really believe that districts and educators are doing everything they can to make learning accessible in this… https://t.co/IqCeTmnGbg
Retweeted by Dave MulderHelp me out, friends. How can we do this in real life, with real kids? #iaedchat https://t.co/7pldltlKQ8A4: My tentative thought about this the equity issue is providing clear learning targets, but allowing for MANY pat… https://t.co/yWjggW4qGbA4: Equity has been an issue even before distance learning this spring. This needs to be something we continue to a… https://t.co/eaLj8KaJM6
Retweeted by Dave MulderI definitely want to see the responses to this prompt. I’m here to learn. #iaedchat https://t.co/5SBb3YZTkO @beim_m I want to emphasize Matt’s comment about reflection. There is a pretty compelling body of research about th… https://t.co/9gHdx0G4B1 @beim_m Right on, my friend!A3: Ongoing kind, specific helpful feedback is imperative, as well as being intentional about creating space for se… https://t.co/RiA2l9DQBf
Retweeted by Dave MulderA3: Clear definitions of what is expected and geared more toward standards than ever. This is difficult. We must ad… https://t.co/Vl5tHsN6AG
Retweeted by Dave MulderA3: I always return to @rickwormeli2’s definition of feedback: specific, timely, and actionable. This is where real… https://t.co/2Zf7zf2YvHA3: I think even before grading, we need to think about what our assessments and Qs look like. Then, we need to thi… https://t.co/9nzI0bO5Dw
Retweeted by Dave MulderA3 I think letter grades and percentages should be a thing of the past. Standards based grading is one of the best… https://t.co/K117z2WMha
Retweeted by Dave MulderA3: Emphasizing feedback is generally a healthy strategy, no matter the format of the course. #iaedchat https://t.co/OjUzmUN48k @LaneWalker2 That can work. But I’m thinking more about protocols for discussion, so they learn *how* to respond. #iaedchatA2.2: One good strategy is FY3. To respond to a classmate, either: - amplify = agree and add more info - clarify =… https://t.co/NYz060UNXzA2: We have to teach students how to respond to asynchronous discussions. Otherwise they tend towards non-interacti… https://t.co/bIQxxhoAmxA2: One big thing: ask divergent questions. (This sounds obvious, but it doesn’t seem to be, somehow?) Asking quest… https://t.co/7AY0S1yTO8A2: Many of the same guidelines which promote quality F2F convos, just being super intentional about them: respectf… https://t.co/J3BtU2RTUx
Retweeted by Dave MulderA2: Here’s a playlist of videos I made to encourage teachers to create and facilitate better online discussions:… https://t.co/5gXgcTC7ld @a_krehbiel13 That is awesome. That’s the kind of thing kids will remember for ever! @a_krehbiel13 Snail mail to students? That’s fantastic! #iaedchatI love this so much! #iaedchat https://t.co/NBfdwGwCzhA1: For my f2f courses that pivoted to distance teaching, I had online office hours several times each week, and ha… https://t.co/BMCJAbQBlHA1: Our student services and campus ministries staff reached out to every student individually. Pretty humongous ef… https://t.co/SJS3YKS2kp @DuffysClassroom @DordtEDUC Always good to be here when I can! @townsleyaj @DordtEDUC Howdy! I’m doing great. Glad to have you joining us! :-DHey there, #iaedchat! Dave, teacher educator at @DordtEDUC joining in tonight.
5/18
2020
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Retweeted by Dave Mulder @tyleramidon @BrHoman @CovMDC @drkedu @dirksen_ben @billy_berglund @TamiZietse @jamestimmer @dmeest @dykhouse_benhttps://t.co/ox1zF4eTKJ @steph_moore @DamonKEllis Totally agree. That's why the teachers who were 'good teachers' f2f are managing OK with… https://t.co/bgJOYX0sPY
Retweeted by Dave Mulder @steph_moore In many IHEs, F2F courses are rarely evaluated during any phase of course creation/design whereas onli… https://t.co/zRLeZFTmoX
Retweeted by Dave Mulder @steph_moore Some accreditation standards for online education are different + higher than for F2F, too. E.g., some… https://t.co/Q25Kyn3Mku
Retweeted by Dave MulderSo part of me is just like, yeah, it's hard and takes time to do things well. Go figure. If we care, that's what we… https://t.co/HCl3tbDSAW
Retweeted by Dave MulderAlso, Teaching and Learning Centers don't thrive on online alone. Ours doesn't even offer anything for online (yet?… https://t.co/RztiEPa8Gq
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5/17
2020

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