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Enjoyed keynotes from Lev Gonick and Randy Bass & Bret Eyone, notes to be posted here soon. Good ePortfolio session just now:

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I just purchased & read (well, partly scanned, to be honest) this new book & I highly recommend it to faculty, EdTch colleagues, and anyone interested in teaching & learning in higher ed: Evidence-Based Teaching for Higher Education Edited by Beth M. Schwartz, PhD and Regan A. R. Gurung, PhD (also available on Amazon). The [...]

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Redesign characteristics: It’s hard to do good pedagogy, tech helps bring that to scale. Six models: – supplemental (change but not too much) – Replacement (flipped) – Emporium – Move all classes into a lab setting, students working with instructional software. – Fully online – - Buffet – (Ohio State, stopakong them take a full [...]

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Looking for Pedagogy in Blended Course Design

Looking for Pedagogy in Blended Course Design (there are some additional resources here) Patricia McGee, Univ of Texas & San Antonio Digital Learning Design Program,UT Educause Learning Initiative (ELI) webinar Agenda: Introduction Best Practices for Design Pedagogical Practices Preparing Students Meta-analysis: Best practices – published literature about course design for blended learning; encoded repeated items.  [...]

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NERCOMP Annual Conference 2013

Highlights: Monday: Facilitated a half day iPad session that was a lot of fun Tuesday: Facilitated a “Birds of a Feather” lunch table on Learning Outcomes Assessment. Had a great conversation, learned that our colleague from CT community college was the only school at the table with anything like systematic or comprehensive defined learning outcomes [...]

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Tufts Health Sciences Mini Symposium, Feb 28, 2013

Effective Practices in Teaching with Technology at Tufts 1. Trunk Forums to Enhance Reflective Learning: Jonathan Garlick, D.D.S., Ph.D., Professor, Oral Pathology, Director, Division of Tissue Engineering and Cancer Biology, School of Dental Medicine – using Trunk forums to help students go deeper with their learning & fostering reflective learning. Pyramid integrating: foundational science literacy, “real [...]

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