Presenter(s): April Kisamore (SPED - ABA program), Lauren Schnell (SPED - ABA program) and Gina Riley (SPED, Adolescent Special Education).
In this session, we discuss the preferences and needs of multigenerational students within the digital classroom space. How do we best reach our students of varied ages within the online environment? What are the specific preferences, strengths, and needs of each generation? Let’s discuss both what research says and what works best within your own online classroom. [Details...]
Presenter(s): Hunter College Libraries Faculty and Staff
All faculty members are invited to attend a Faculty Forum with the Hunter College Libraries faculty and staff. We know you have lots of questions about access to library services and resources for yourself and your students. [Details...]
Members of the ACERT community share their responses to "Make It Stick." This book challenges conventional thinking about student learning, with a particular focus on how inefficient and unproductive strategies and practices are often reinforced by educators.
Presenter(s): Jack Dougherty (Professor of Educational Studies, Trinity College)
A workshop led by Jack Dougherty on the process of collaborating with undergraduate students to create On The Line (http://OnTheLine.trincoll.edu), an open-access digital history book with interactive maps and oral history videos.
Ceremony to honor winners of two new prizes: the Digital Pedagogy Prize for the faculty members who create the best assignments that use digital pedagogy principles, and the Digital Writing Prize, for the students who submit the best examples of digital writing. [Details...]
Peer assessment helps students develop assessment skills that can be applied both inside and outside the classroom and encourages students to take an active role in their learning. Here are some suggestions and resources to help you get started.