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Tips for designing a college course

by Julie Dodd

Designing a course is one of the challenging and rewarding parts of teaching and can enable you to combine successful learning ideas and approaches from other instructors with your own teaching insights and skills. 1,070 more words

Teaching

Inception: How to give a Chalk Talk

Time: 45 minutes
Audience/learners: University of Washington Internal Medicine Residents
Teaching methods: Chalkboard lecture
Collaborators: Liz Schackmann
Learning objectives:

  • Develop a framework for creating future chalk talks…
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Curriculum Development

Teachers, It's Okay to 'Reinvent the Wheel'

It sounds crazy to say, but I have not yet had a year where I haven’t re-built my curriculum from scratch. When I started teaching in the suburbs of Chicago–almost eight years ago now–I had no choice but to build everything from scratch. 1,743 more words

Theory And Pedagogy

Sue Sadler Cates

Title: Educational Diagnostician (Retired)

Location: Lubbock, Texas, United States

Sue Sadler Cates, a Retired Educational Diagnostician, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in diagnostics.

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Education

Everybody is the Creative Type (and HMW use dt as a methodology for curriculum design?)

Today with Creative Confidence

I am embracing the idea that creative confidence is a “way of seeing . . . your place in the world more clearly, unclouded by anxiety and doubt.”   With this way of seeing as my foundation and relying on my creative mindset of “a powerful force for looking beyond status quo,” I am now thinking about how to engage my creative energy during my summer of intentionality.    440 more words

Confidence

Curriculum Development and Storytelling

Post 21 of 30

The posts are becoming more and more dispersed due to a long weekend, evenings spend hammering hundreds of carpenter nails into the deck, or marking. 406 more words

Teaching

Robots but not as we know them

Every now and then New Scientist publishes a piece that almost unintentionally raises profound issues about technological possibilities. This was the case with an article published in the 12 May 2018 issue; the title – … 343 more words

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