Teachers need “a place to access safe images that are available to be used in the classroom…” so check out Photos for Class!
“We should strive to show our students and colleagues that we will hold space for them until their competence and creativity emerge. Visual notetaking is one small but powerful way to enable students—and their teachers—to take the lead.”
“One important aspect of the discussion boards, and often one of the hardest aspects, is how to assess the student’s contributions. It is clear that no matter how much you ask them to write, the activity has to be assessed for the students to take it seriously.”
“There are 3 immediate and obvious reasons that a librarian should be included on every faculty / non-faculty educator course development and teaching team…”
“how to create video quizzes in EDpuzzle, how to assign them to your students, and how to track your students’ progress. “
Having come through K-12 systems with constant online access to all grades, college students want to be able to track progress in all their classes through online gradebooks.
Do you choose to practice mindfulness? How does the choice affect your teaching?
Clear, well-linked, annotated information about types of video projects and the software ( much of it free) you can use to create them.