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Introducing the @ACPA Digital Task Force: Project Planning

This year I am fortunate to be collaborating with an invested group of scholar-practitioners on the ACPA Digital Task Force to  examine how technology impacts and influences post-secondary education student development. 254 more words


Planning is key step for effective teaching -- advice to new teaching assistants

by Julie Dodd

The more than 400 new teaching assistants at the University of Florida have been busy preparing for the start of school by attending the New Teaching Assistant Orientation. 230 more words


How Not to Choose a Learning Management System for Your K-12 District

A Learning Management System (LMS) is a useful tool in K-12, particularly for schools using one-to-one and BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) technology. For one thing, an LMS gives secondary students a preview of how their college coursework will be organized (every university in my region uses one). 606 more words


EDU6524: Curriculum Design Meta Reflection

Standard: Evaluate and use effective curriculum design.

EDU6524 – Curriculum Development opened my eyes to philosophies, history, and theory of curriculum through Curriculum 21 by Heidi Hayes Jacobs while also guiding me through the creation of a unit plan with the support of… 1,385 more words

3: Improve Teaching And Learning Through The Use Of Educational Research

Biomimicry and the Maker approach

An interesting post on the Make blog by Sherry Ritter explores the relationship between the way that nature ‘designs’ stuff and the approach to designing and making taken by makers. 263 more words

Curriculum Development

A Bayesian Example: Two coins, three heads.

As laid out (apparently not too effectively) here, I’m on a quest, not only finally to learn about Bayesian inference, but also to assess how teachable it is. 1,361 more words


2014/2015 Lunch and Learn Series

 The CU Denver Center for Faculty Development (CFD) and CU Online are pleased to sponsor the 2014-2015 Lunch & Learn series that provides faculty the opportunity to meet and network with their colleagues across campus and learn about resources to support and enhance teaching and creative activities while enjoying lunch. 50 more words

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