With the increased use of iPads for teaching, faculty are asking what the best Apps are for use in the classroom. Unfortunately doing a google search on that topic produces a pretty scattered (and dated) list of App links. I found one promising list that way, but the rest of them were basically dead ends.
Audrey Watters is one of the more vocal voices in the world of educational technology. Her blog, “Hack Education,” is a provocative must-read for those of us who think a lot about the relationship between education and technology. Audrey has just published a short ebook titled, What Monsters Lurk in Your LMS? Here is an
Looking for ways to break out of the PowerPoint rut? Consider perusing a few of these links as inspiration (properly formatted as bullet points, of course): Friends Don’t Let Friends Use PowerPoint The Gettysburg Address, as a PowerPoint PowerPoint is Evil Some alternative tools: Prezi Adobe Spark Some examples of presentations that I’ve created using
I spend a lot of time supporting Adjunct Faculty in their use of pedagogical technology (Chapman employs about 400 adjunct faculty each semester). In fact, many of the most innovative uses of technology on our campus come from our Adjuncts. That’s one reason, among many, that the findings of this study about the effectiveness of
Now that the semester is nearing an end, here’s an idea for getting better student evaluations: Have them write a letter to students taking this class in the future.