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pedagogy

  

Designing instruction for ALL learners Registration open now for IETL's JanCon 2018

December 3, 2017 by | Uncategorized

I’d like to think that all higher education faculty, at Chapman University and elsewhere, are aware of several ways that we accommodate students who have documented disabilities and need assistance in order to optimally perform in our classes. Large print materials, screen readers, voice amplification, use of a laptop or a note taker, preferential seating,

The Future of Learning Will teachers still have a job?

April 25, 2017 by | Technology

As I referenced in a recent blog post, self-determined learners with the motivation, drive, and resources can teach themselves amazing things online. (See the blog here about two boys who taught themselves skills such as driving a car and speaking English.) What does this mean for the future of learning and the future of the

How do you pack your TPACK? The intersection of technology, pedagogy, and content knowledge for instructors

April 4, 2017 by | Technology

TPACK, meaning Technology, Pedagogy, and Content Knowledge, is an acronym brought to us by Mishra and Koehler’s (2006; 2009) studies¬†on¬†instructors’ abilities to combine their content knowledge with adequate knowledge of best pedagogies for teaching and best technologies to support learning. Most instructors in higher education have not had the benefit of formal pedagogy and technology

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