Tag: Technology in the Classroom

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Interactive Strategies for Student Engagement in Large Courses

April 16, 2018 | Meg Gregory

Resources for Teaching

In a recent Faculty Focus article called “Interactive Strategies for Engaging Small and Large Classes Alike“, Dr. Toni Weiss writes about her experience engaging student learners in a large economics course at Tulane University. She explains how she creates opportunities for interaction between herself and her students regardless of class size. Weiss argues that “one […]

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The Distracted Classroom

August 1, 2017 | Beth Fisher

Digital Pedagogies /

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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