In my last post, I shared a short podcast introducing the concept of Universal Design for Learning and how it can shape our pedagogy, both on the ground and in the online learning environment. Curious to learn more, I dug around a bit and found this wonderful tutorial from the IRIS Center of Peabody College […]
As a follow-up to my last post about creating interactive images using Google Drawings, I thought I’d share this video about doing something similar with Google Slides. Again, my source is Richard Byrne and his wonderful blog Free Technology for Teachers. When creating such interactivity with Google Slides, you can design a first slide that […]
Add clickable points inside any image to create interactivity and showcase depth of knowledge.
Believe it or not, repeating the same information concurrently in multiple forms is not a good idea!
How can we create presentations which help students act to engage more deeply with their learning and the material in our courses?
Maybe the group work isn’t the problem. Maybe the reporting is the problem.
…asking yourself these few questions can help you create something with which students will engage.
” I think Number One is – you need to relax. You need to be yourself. Kids can smell authenticity. So don’t try to pretend.”
Could you use interactive diagrams for assessment in your course?
Using video projects in a class doesn’t have to require daunting production work! Keep it simple, and mine the results for all kinds of value.