How might tools like Microsoft’s new Whiteboard be used in online-based learning? In “learning pods?” [Christian]

Questions/reflections from DSC: How might this be used for online-based learning? For “learning pods” and homeschoolers out there?  Will assistants such as the Webex Assistant […]

How microlearning can result in deep learning

The Greek philosopher Plato once declared that ‘knowledge is the food of the soul.’ Classical philosophy posits that any meaningful learning must combine an existential […]

Online methods for 6 types of learning

With the publication of the University of Sussex’s Online Learning Baseline, a flexible guide designed to establish minimum expectations for all taught modules, we know […]

What is the evidence microlearning works?

Learning used to be associated with brick and mortar classrooms, with a professor reciting course material and sending students home to memorize additional concepts on […]

Polling & screen sharing tools can be great in online settings as well as in F2F settings. [Christian]

DC: Polling and/or sharing one’s screen – works well in face-to-face as well as in an online-based setting. You can have Ss talk through and/or […]

Our law school is going 100% online this fall [Christian]

?? To provide the best learning environment while keeping everyone safe, WMU-Cooley Law School made the decision to continue teaching classes ONLINE for the Fall […]

“What will learning look like this fall?” [Instructure | Canvas]

What will learning look like this fall? — excerpt and resources below are from Instructure’s Canvas CSM June 2020 Newsletter Institutions across the world are […]

CREATE-ing Together: Using Perusall and the C.R.E.A.T.E method for increasing reading comprehension and analysis of primary literature

Combining the C.R.E.A.T.E .method with an online annotation and discussion tool like Perusall can empower students to confidently participate in conversations and amplify more voices […]

Sharing Student Research on Google Sites with Creative Commons

One of the great things about a project-based course is that students can bring fresh, creative angles to the standard topics in a field. Unfortunately, […]

Why we learn more at play – gamification and rewards for learning

You don’t need to be a Fortnite aficionado (trust me, I’m not) to identify with Roald Dahl’s astute observation that ‘life is more fun if […]

Faculty members, teachers, trainers have recently been doing an incredible amount of their own “Active Learning” [Christian]

DC: #Faculty, #teachers, #trainers who have been wondering about what #ActiveLearning is…well…you have been doing ***a huge amount of it*** over the last 4-6 weeks […]

Why a crowdsourced library could overcome global challenges

Let’s restate the obvious just so we’re on the same page: One of the largest global challenges facing us today is worldwide poverty. Education is […]

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