Items re: feedback from Law Professor Kim O’Leary

Per Kim O’Leary, here are some resources re: the topic of giving/receiving feedback: Thanks for the Feedback: The Science and Art of Receiving Feedback Well […]

Are our systems of education creating self-motivated learners? I don’t think so. The ramifications are increasingly serious.

Below is a snapshot from a video that Kim O’Leary, Professor at the WMU-Cooley Law School did regarding the topic of giving (and receiving) individualized […]

DC: Now on a journey to discover how our emotions impact our cognition. #SocraticMethod — helpful or not?

From DSC: I’m embarking on a journey to discover how our emotions impact our cognition. Why? I have a suspicion that the Socratic Method is […]

Besides a learning journal, here’s another idea to consider using: The Start, Stop, Continue Strategy by Barbi Honeycutt

From DSC: Besides the idea of a learning journal and having students check in on these 3 questions… …here’s another idea/approach to consider using: The […]

CALI Mini-Course: Preparing for the Future of Legal Education – Online Teaching Tips & Techniques

The mini-course above requires an account on CALI’s website. Also see: https://www.cali.org/corona

Six Practical Approaches for Teaching Writing Online [Aguiar & Pearsall]

Six Practical Approaches for Teaching Writing Online — from facultyfocus.com by Christian Aguiar and Albert Pearsall; with a shoutout to Bill Knapp from GRCC for posting this on […]

Student-centered remote teaching: Lessons learned from online education [Riggs]

Student-centered remote teaching: Lessons learned from online education — from er.educause.edu by Shannon Riggs Excerpt: While online and remote education may not be synonymous, today’s […]

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 […]

“My Learning Journal”: Try using this tool to boost your learning & identify knowledge gaps [Christian]

From DSC: Here’s an idea that I’ve been thinking about for quite some time now. It’s not necessarily a new idea, but the seed got […]

Tute’s You! Making #onlinelearning work

“Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.” One of America’s ‘Founding Fathers’, Benjamin Franklin was recognised as […]

Student-Centered Remote Teaching: Lessons Learned from Online Education [Riggs]

Student-Centered Remote Teaching: Lessons Learned from Online Education — from  er.educause.edu by Shannon Riggs Excerpt: Student-content interaction is all about having students DO something with […]

10 Tips for Supporting Students with Special Needs in #RemoteLearning [Miller]

10 Tips for Supporting Students with Special Needs in #RemoteLearning — from jakemiller.net by Jake Miller Excerpt: How can we support learners with special needs […]

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