How much research has been done on flipped learning? Annual update for 2018 [Talbert]

How much research has been done on flipped learning? Annual update for 2018 –from rtalbert-org.cdn.ampproject.org by Robert Talbert Excerpt: It’s now a tradition here at […]

2018 Campus Technology Impact Awards

Campus Technology recently announced the recipients of the 2018 Campus Technology Impact Awards.     Categories include: Teaching and Learning Education Futurists Student Systems & Services […]

You’re already harnessing the science of learning (you just don’t know it) [Agarwal]

You’re already harnessing the science of learning (you just don’t know it) — from edsurge.com by Pooja Agarwal Excerpt (emphasis DSC): Now, a decade later, […]

A more strategic approach to arranging students into groups [Weimer]

A more strategic approach to arranging students into groups — from facultyfocus.com by Maryellen Weimer Excerpt: What’s the best way to put students into groups? […]

100 things students can create to demonstrate what they know [teachthought.com]

100 things students can create to demonstrate what they know — from teachthought.com Excerpt: [Here] is a diverse list adapted from resources found at fortheteachers.org […]

Report: Accessibility in Digital Learning Increasingly Complex [Schaffhauser]

Report: Accessibility in Digital Learning Increasingly Complex — from campustechnology.com by Dian Schaffhauser Excerpt: The Online Learning Consortium (OLC)has introduced a series of original reports to […]

What is a learning ecosystem? And how does it support corporate strategy? [Eudy]

What is a learning ecosystem? And how does it support corporate strategy? — from ej4.com by Ryan Eudy Excerpt: A learning ecosystem is a system of people, […]

10 ways to use Twitter in teaching [Beckingham]

10 ways to use Twitter in teaching — from socialmediaforlearning.com by Sue Beckingham      

Get started with rubrics [Kolk]

Get started with rubrics — from thecreativeeducator.com by Melinda Kolk Make assessment a classroom conversation Excerpt: A rubric is an assessment tool that clearly outlines expectations […]

Guiding faculty into immersive environments [Raths]

Guiding faculty into immersive environments — from campustechnology.com by David Raths What’s the best way to get faculty to engage with emerging technologies and incorporate […]

How blockbuster MOOCs could shape the future of teaching [Young]

How blockbuster MOOCs could shape the future of teaching — from edsurge.com by Jeff Young Excerpt: There isn’t a New York Times bestseller list for […]

My notes on “Teaching Law Students How to Become Metacognitive Thinkers: Helping Students Develop Their Mental Apps”

From DSC: With thanks going out to Nelson Miller, Associate Dean at WMU-Cooley Law School, a Professor of Law, and an author of many of […]

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