What comes to mind for you when you see the words “Inclusive Pedagogy”?
Overview: This activity promotes active learning and review of course content without the scourge of test-taking anxiety. Students work in groups to construct quiz items based on course material over a week, month, mid-term or entire semester. Students start out with a perfect score (10/10) and only lose points if they do not work collaboratively … More “Absolutely No Studying Allowed” Quiz – by Scott Bledsoe, Grad Psychology Faculty
“When people talk to me about the digital divide, I think of it not so much about who has access to what technology as about who knows how to create and express themselves in the new language of the screen. If students aren’t taught the language of sound and images, shouldn’t they be considered as … More Teaching with New Media
Faculty interested in being more reflective and effective with their technology use need to look no further than the SAMR model. It stands for Substitution, Augmentation, Modification, Redefinition. Developed by Ruben Puentedura, an educational technologist, the SAMR model guides faculty in their design, implementation, and evaluation of technology use in their classes. Faculty can use … More Using SAMR to Guide Teaching with Technology