Participate in 2.5-day camp on building or refreshing your hybrid or online courses in January. We will work intensively to support you as you design one online learning module for a course you will be teaching in a future semester. [Details...]
Traditional methods of teaching organic chemistry via lecture do not provide active learning opportunities for students. Instead, meaningful learning occurs when students are encouraged to participate and work on problems rather than waiting to copy instructors’ answers. We report how the use of “iPad with AirServer” in an organic chemistry lecture course can make student thinking visible.
Presenter(s): Donna Nickitas, Nancy Guerrero (TTLG), Marty Dornbaum (HPEC)
Many professors create short videos or screen-recordings as part of hybrid, online and flipped courses. These “mini-lectures” can be used to introduce students to a class or online module; to explain how to solve a problem; or to demonstrate how to navigate a website or use a software program. [Details...]
Your students are Generation Z. Are you still asking them to make presentations with text heavy Generation X or Generation Y tools? Consider switching to assignments that include audio and video narrations synched to slides.