How should I use technology in my courses? What impact does technology have on student learning? Is distance learning effective? Should I give online tests and, if so, how can I be sure of the integrity of the students' work? These are some of the questions that instructors raise as technology becomes an integral part of the educational experience. In Quick Hits for Teaching with Technology, award-winning instructors representing a wide range of academic disciplines describe their strategies for employing technology to achieve learning objectives. They include tips on using just-in-time teaching, wikis, clickers, YouTube, blogging, and GIS, to name just a few. An accompanying interactive website enhances the value of this innovative tool.Keywords: instructions, scaffolding, interactive media, manual, online, hybrid The Open Source Physics Project on ComPADRE Keywords: physics, ... Ikea is known for only using images with no text to demonstrate product assembly.
|Title||:||Quick Hits for Teaching with Technology|
|Author||:||Robin K. Morgan, Kimberly T. Olivares|
|Publisher||:||Indiana University Press - 2012-02-29|