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Ed Tech Tools Sampler Workshop – Oct 11th 2013

“Ed Tech Tools Sampler” Oct 11, 2013 from 10:30 to 11:30 AM Starr Instructional Center, Baker/Berry Library Interested in learning more about the many possibilities of online tools to enhance teaching and learning? You’ll get a quick, clear, jargon-free overview

Posted in Active Learning, Aggregating, Blog, Collaborating, Concept Mapping, Content Collections, Creating, Data Visualization, Discussing, Events, Giving Feedback, Polling, Presentations, Storytelling

Lecture Tools

Lecture Tools is a newly licensed polling/Q&A/classroom interaction tool at Dartmouth. It enables student-content, student-student, and student-instructor interaction and feedback. Faculty can use it for prior to class activities, during class activities like polling, open-ended answer or Q&A, or after class

Posted in Active Learning, Blog, Discussing, Giving Feedback, Polling

Reflection: Flipped Course Design 101 workshop

by Adrienne Gauthier with content provided by workshop participants Last week we had a well attended and fully engaged workshop on flipped course design. Thank you to all the faculty and staff who attended and brainstormed challenges, opportunities, and sample

Posted in Active Learning, Blended Learning, Blog, Ed Tech, Instructional Strategies

Active Learning

Meyers and Jones (1993) wrote “Active learning involves providing opportunities for students to meaningfully talk and listen, write, read, and reflect on the content, ideas, issues, and concerns of an academic subject.” Faculty that use active learning strategies are shifting their

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Student Syllabus Rewrite & Workshop Wiki

Course:  WGST007 – Gender and Genius Overview: During the course students are required to complete two wiki assignments. The first assignment is intended as a “scaffolding” assignment and isn’t graded, the second assignment is a group-based activity completed towards the

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