Issue: January 2019
A summary of Backward Course Design by Dr. Jace Hargis, University of California, San Diego. Key to the backward course design process is alignment between three stages of course development: identifying outcomes, developing assessments, and planning learning activities.
On that first day, I would argue, your students are forming a lasting impression not just of you as a teacher but of your course, too. Helping you to make that opening session as effective as possible, whatever your discipline, is the goal of this online guide.
These seven design elements help students get the most out of your syllabus, prepare them for the course, and focus the class on the learning goals ahead.
This toolkit is intended to help institutions, faculty and students, prevent and deal with this new type of cheating - contract cheating.
These tips can help educators ensure that online discussions are engaging and beneficial for postsecondary students.
The approach involves activating four different regions of the brain by allowing time for gathering information, reflection, creation, and active testing.
Trello is a visual collaboration tool that can be used to facilitate project based learning, collaboration, and discussion. Trello’s boards, lists, and cards enable you to organize and prioritize projects and assignments.
This is a practical guide for the student fact-checker doing research on the internet. It provides specific web-based techniques that help you evaluate the information shown so you can get closer to the truth more quickly. This is a free online book, made available by Michael A. Caulfield under CC-Attribution license.
If you were disappointed to hear that Today's Meet shut down, there's good news--a new alternative app called Yo Teach! Increase student engagement in your classroom by providing a backchannel for communication while lecturing, and also a means for students to ask/respond with text OR whiteboard drawings. Imagine a math class where students can show their work, from their desk.
Create your meeting room at https://yoteachapp.com/
Explore the social media universe in this giant infographic, where every platform is a planet sized based on the amount of users it has.
We asked 20 edtech executives to look into their crystal balls and share their edtech predictions for 2019.
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