Using Technology

    Using Technology

    ePortfolios: Using technology to enhance and assess student learning
    Wickersham, L. E. & Chambers, S. M.
    2006
    Project Innovation, Inc.
    Tracking and assessing student learning outcomes within one course can be accomplished with relative ease. However, the true challenge lies within providing data for student learning outcomes for an entire program. The purpose of this descriptive study was to discover and explain the fundamental lessons learned from the beginning stages of ePortfolio implementation in a cohort master's degree program for secondary teachers
    José Bowen / Teaching Naked: Reclaiming the Power of Face-to-Face Teaching
    Cornell University Center for Teaching Excellence
    January 15, 2013
    This video is from the Cornell University Center for Teaching Excellence 3rd Annual Conference, January 15, 2013. In today’s world it is easier and easier for students to access content outside of the classroom. This can create more room for face-to-face teaching and learning inside the classroom. Using technology outside of class makes it possible to teach without technology (“teaching naked”). In this interactive workshop, Dr. Bowen explores better ways to engage students in the classroom.
    Measuring student progress with e-portfolios
    Clark, J. E. & Eynon, B.
    Fall 2011/Winter2012
    Association of American Colleges and Universities
    Building on its work as a national e-portfolio leader, LaGuardia Community College recently launched the Connect to Learning project (C2L), a national three-year FIPSE-funded project coordinated by LaGuardia’s Making Connections National Resource Center in partnership with the Association for Authentic, Experiential and Evidence-Based Learning.
    Teaching, Learning and Technology
    The TLT Group
    The TLT Group is a not-for-profit that helps college and university educators take advantage of changing technology so they can improve teaching and learning.

     

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