Category: Digital Pedagogies

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The Distracted Classroom

August 1, 2017 | Beth Fisher

Digital Pedagogies / Pinned

In a three-part series of columns on The Chronicle of Higher Education, James  M. Lang  (professor of English and director of the Center for Teaching Excellence at Assumption College) reflects on the implications of research on modern sources of distraction–most particularly electronic devices. This week, he describes his own efforts to put such devices to […]

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Stephen Kosslyn Presents The Minerva Schools

March 11, 2016 | Gillian Parrish

Digital Pedagogies

In this second lecture in the new “Innovations and Evidence-based Pedagogies in Undergraduate STEM Courses Speaker Series,” Stephen M. Kosslyn, psychologist and founding dean of The Minerva Schools, discussed the philosophy and workings of the school. “Minerva is focused on practical knowledge for the 21st century,” he began, illustrating this idea by engaging the audience in reflection on an ethical […]

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Encouraging Critical Thinking with a Document Camera

August 3, 2015 | Bryn Lutes

Digital Pedagogies

Document cameras allow you to project and write on, or otherwise manipulate, objects–whether paper, books, or chemical models–to make the thinking process come alive for students.​ This post describes three ways to use this easy-to-use and flexible classroom tool.

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