(Photos by Michael Evans and Erin DeSilva.)
by Michael Evans, Nuekom Fellow / Film and Media Studies
This guest post was originally authored on May 24, 2016 on the blog: Teaching Out Loud.
I recently presented at Learning IgnitED! That's the name of the regular faculty workshop series offered by Dartmouth's Educational Technologies Group. In each session three or four faculty members get about 5 minutes each to present a problem that they had in their teaching and how they solved it. After everyone presents, the host moderates Q&A with faculty, staff, and interested observers. It's informal, fast-paced, often funny, and informative.
When I presented at the first Learning IgnitED! session in Spring 2015, we held the sessions in the Dartmouth Center for the Advancement of Learning. That's a great place for workshops and events. But now we have the Berry Innovation Classroom. It's our flagship learning space on campus. So now that's where we hold Learning IgnitED!
I teach in BIC, so I was glad to accept the invitation to present. Few presenters ever take advantage of Berry Innovation Classroom's special features for a Learning IgnitED! presentation. So I determined to jam as much active learning fun into one session as possible. Here what I presented (along with my observations) after a kind introduction from Mike Goudzwaard. ...continue reading "Seeing What Others See"