I believe that instruction is a purposeful communication. Just like any other communication processes, instruction must begin from well-defined learning goals and a set of specific learning objectives. These objectives are then to be achieved through appropriately designed learning contents and activities. An effective feedback mechanism and evaluation measures are necessary to assess the impact of instructional activities.
Globals trends demand that for our current and future college graduates to be highly employable, in addition to communication competence and knowledge in their areas of expertise, they must posses the necessary technology skills not just basic software utilization skills but also skills in searching through the repository of infornation (research and data gathering), information sharing, leadership and collaboration skills (i.e., sharing information and working with teams online).
Much of what will be presented in this site are aimed to provoke and evoke critical thinking not just on teaching and learning (or the so -called instructional processes) but shall also inspire in our souls the desire and the willingness to move forward not backwards in the face of a fast evolving global economy and global culture, where effective use of technology for communication and instruction comes to the fore.