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Instructional design is a process of creating an engaging learning environment with instructional materials using instructional models and theories. By understanding the needs of the learner, the instructor can help transfer knowledge, provide engaging, well-organized materials, while enhancing instruction. Creating a rich, engaging learning experience for the student to facilitate learning.
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HSIs are defined as institutions of higher education with 25% of the undergraduate population of Hispanic heritage.
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Video by TEDx Beacon Street featuring Richard Culatta, on Reimagining Learning. He identifies 3 major challenges with our current approach to education and suggests how a shift to personalized learning is the key to the future of education in America. To make this shift, we must close the digital divide between those who can leverage technology to reimagine learning and those who simply use technology to digitize the status quo. Click to view video.
Is there a difference between pedagogy and andragogy? What methods or techniques do you use to teach adults? Here's a video explaining the differences by ProfGreen to help you reflect on your experiences in the classroom. Click to view video.
What is the difference between participation and contribution in the classroom? How do we encourage students to make contributions? Maryellen Weimer, Ph.D. in Teaching Professor Blog provides insight from a 1987 article still relevant today. Learn what makes a contribution and ways to encourage student contributions. <Read more>
Teaching Naked: a Review
by Kate of Technology for Teaching and Learning
Teaching Naked: How Moving Technology Out of Your College Classroom Will Improve Student Learning by José Antonio Bowen