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Teaching with Technology

Teaching with Technology

What's on this page? Tech Trends  || Flip your Classroom || Active Learning Resources  || Tools for Student Interaction || Tools for Instructors (Attendance, ScreenCast etc.)


Tech Trends

Flip your Classroom

Definition of Flipped Learning: Flipped Learning is a pedagogical approach in which direct instruction moves from the group learning space to the individual learning space, and the resulting group space is transformed into a dynamic, interactive learning environment where the educator guides students as they apply concepts and engage creatively in the subject matter. 

Active Learning Resources

Concept Mapping

Classroom Assessment Techniques - minute papers, clarification pauses, etc.

Student Response Systems:  Class Polling Use polls as formative assessment to monitor students understanding of concepts.

Micro Lectures

A microlecture is a short recorded audio or video presentation on a single, tightly defi ned topic. Used as a component of online, blended, or face-to-face teaching, these brief lectures can be interspersed with learning activities that reinforce lecture topics.

 Notetaking: Individual or Collaborative notetaking.  OneNote is a Microsoft 365 tool avaiable free to our students, staff and faculty. 

  • Student Research: Finding Primary or Secondar sources.
  • Student Collaboration: Use Google Docs, available free to Morgan students, staff and faculty.
  • Note Taking Tools

    • OneNote: Microsoft 365 is available for free to all Morgan faculty, staff & students. OneNote may be used in creative ways for in-class note taking, or individually by students.
    • EverNote  iOS || Android Version here:  Type of dictate notes, or add attachments, pics, sync across your devices. Search notes by tags or location. Sketch (or draw) over your notes.  
    • Sound Note:  Take handwritten notes and record synchronized audio with it
    • Penultimate: Take handwritten notes and add them to DropBox.
      PaperPort Notes: Take handwritten notes and create a PDF or email.  You can add images to your notes as well.

 


Tools for Student Interaction:

flip grid activityFlipGrid:   Flipgrid is a free resource for instructors who want to create video-based discussion topics for their face to face, online or hybrid courses.  Students access your Flipgrid via a link (in your Blackboard course, or that you send via email), and enter the code for your discussion board. From there, they click the "Add" button and record. Participants can record their initial post as well as responses to other posts.  Explore the FlipGrid website to create your account, and to get great idea for using this tool in your course! Students will need a web camera or mobile device with a web camera to participate in your Flipgrid activty.

Games, Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality

Mobile Story Telling:

Public Speaking or Broadcast

  • Teleprompter+:  Teleprompter app for public speaking, screen casting, lecture casting etc.

Using Twitter:


Tools for Instructors:

Take Attendance:

Quick Response QR Codes:

  • Easy QR Code: Add a QR (Quick Response) Code to your syllabus or course materials.  A QR  code is graphic image that is read by a mobile phone through its camera. The app then takes the user to a website, text message, video or other information.  

Uses of QR Codes:

lab procedures or virtual labs
additional information on art exhibits
link to student survey about topics that are unclear or need further explanation
link to virtual tours

Screen Casting from your iPad/iPhone: Turn your Mobile into a Whiteboard.

  • Show Me:  You can create the screen cast and post the link in Bb or email it to students.
  • Educreations
  • Panopto - Use Panopto to record for mobile or regular web-based presentations