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Annotation and Screencasting to extend the reach of your classroom

In March, the Center for Language Study hosted a Brown Bag and workshop (see blog post here) where we (Dave Malinowski, Adam Hummel, and Vincent Cangiano) discussed possibilities for creating online materials — annotated documents, instructional videos, and more — for language instructors to extend the reach of the classroom…

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Teaching with WordPress Teaching with WordPress (TWP15) is an open, collaborative online course on using WordPress for teaching and learning in higher education. But choosing WordPress as a platform for teaching is only one part of the process in developing an rich, thoughtful, open learning environment. http://blogs.ubc.ca/teachwordpress/syllabus/

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Nature Walk 2015

Today’s Nature Walk Tour was, by far, the most engaging and exciting learning moment in which I’ve participated since coming to Yale a year ago. What an outstanding demonstration of the seamless and responsible integration of technology with learning, and of teaching that is focused on student-driven, transcompetent, and holistic…

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When Graduate Students Become Online Teachers We created this site with the goal of supporting graduate students with a basic toolkit of knowledge tools for first-time online teaching. [P.S. We do not focus on institutional support that teachers must have to be effective online teachers.] This resource is a work-in-progress.…

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In an item in yesterday’s Yale Daily News about Yik Yak, one professor is quoted as seeing potential there: [Aleh] Tsyvinski said that as a professor, he rarely gets feedback during the term. He added that he wishes there were an anonymous board, similar to Yik Yak, dedicated to continuous…

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