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  • Posted on: #iteachmsu
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    Posted by 4 months ago
    A Peer-Educator Dialogue Guide is now available for MSU Educators who want to collaborate in bettering their educator practice through observation and dialogue with other educators (https://iteach.msu.edu/iteachmsu/groups/iteachmsu/stories/2393?param=post). If you'd like to print a copy of the Guide to complete, you can download a copy by clicking the attachment (.docx, 6.32MB) below.

    Note: this resource was adapted 1/2006 from Chism, N.V.N. (1999) Chapter 6: Classroom Observation, Peer R...
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    PeerEducator_DialogueGuide1.docx

  • Posted on: Digital Collaborative Learning for the 21st Century (2022-2023 Learning Community)
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    Posted by 4 months ago
    Our first meeting is tomorrow morning at 10am: Friday, September 30, 2022, and we hope you'll join us! IN the meantime, here is another recent book title that might be interesting to peruse more closely since it seems to be about designing inclusive online learning experiences for students.

    1) Designing Accessible Learning Content: A Practical Guide to Applying best-practice Accessibility Standards to L&D Resources 1st Edition (2021) -- Susi Miller

    2) Dive Into UDL, Second Edition:...
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  • Posted on: CISAH
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    Posted by 5 months ago
    Thank you to everyone who attended today's kickoff event for the 2022-3 school year! The link to the Zoom recording is below and I've attached the slides we used to guide the discussion for anyone who's interested as well.

    https://mediaspace.msu.edu/media/IAH+KickoffA+Empowering+Students+Across+Modalities/1_6belze1a
    Empowering_Students_Across_Modalities_08-26-22.pptx

  • Posted on: CISAH
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    Posted by 6 months ago
    For any IAH GAs who were unable to attend our orientation meeting today, I've attached a link to our Zoom recording below, along with the slides that we used to guide our discussion. The Zoom Chat transcript is attached as well.

    Thanks to everyone who came and participated, especially our GA panelists Nicole Huff and Ames Loji!

    Zoom link: https://mediaspace.msu.edu/media/IAH+Fall+2022+GA+Orientation+%28August+25%2C+2022%29/1_3oytg4fe

    Slides: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1...
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  • Posted on: #iteachmsu
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    Posted by 6 months ago
    Educator Services Reference Guide: Don't know who to contact for instructional or ed tech related assistance? Or maybe you want to improve your knowledge of productivity software? Here's a quick reference guide to help navigate the departments and services that make up your support eco-system.
  • Posted on: CISAH
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    Posted by 10 months ago
    Hope this is the right place to share this:

    10 Individual Reflections @ two points each (essentially “Gimmes”).
    Starting in Week Two, students are asked to develop (guided) reflections on their independent and (starting in Week Three) collaborative coursework for a given week. Not only do they articulate their new learning, they connect that to prior knowledge as well as examine their work habits and related choices. Students have the following options for these reflections:
    • Tradit...
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  • Posted on: #iteachmsu
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    Posted by 10 months ago
    If ever you have utilized a collaborative approach in your courses, you might be familiar with the following. Sometime just after the middle of the semester, a student contacts you complaining about various problems and/or people within their team during the first nine or ten weeks of the term. Typically, it is clear from the language of such emails that these young adults want someone else to step in and address the litany of issues described. Yet a large part of student-centered learning...
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  • Posted on: Reading Group for Student Engagement and Success
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    Posted by about 1 year ago
    As we discussed on 12/3, I've created a new schedule/signup doc to guide our reading selections moving forward. See the link below, please consider adding yourself to the schedule for a meeting or two in the new year, and let me or Stokes know if you have any questions or concerns about the slight format adjustment!
    - G

    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1x9eCE12sbIO_BY22wCwrIOj-aSxTci89L6-uUOP6y4A/edit?usp=sharing

  • Posted on: #iteachmsu
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    Posted by about 1 year ago
    Everyone develops their own way of planning and mapping out a new course, but here is what has emerged for me during the last several years:

    Week 1 -- Introductory Course Documents and Orientation

    Week 2 -- Reading/Viewing A OR Reading/Viewing B
    Individual Reflection #1 Submitted
    Student Learning Teams Posted to D2L

    Week 3 -- Reading/Viewing A OR Reading Viewing B
    SLT Collaboration Begins
    Individual Reflection #2 Submitted

    Week 4 -- Reading/Viewing A OR Reading...
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  • Posted on: Reading Group for Student Engagement and Success
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    Posted by about 1 year ago
    My background in Scandinavian languages and literature keeps rearing its head in various ways after many years. Specifically,when it comes to folklore, magical tales, and perilous journeys toward maturation. In a way, I have become a pedagogical Ashland, of sorts, since coming to MSU in 2015. My journey, an ongoing quest if you will, has been in trying to find that one magical key, which will unlock the enchanted door to greater student interest and involvement in their general education c...
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  • Posted on: Reading Group for Student Engagement and Success
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    Posted by about 1 year ago
    My background in Scandinavian languages and literature keeps rearing its head in various ways after many years. Specifically,when it comes to folklore, magical tales, and perilous journeys toward maturation. In a way, I have become a pedagogical Ashland, of sorts, since coming to MSU in 2015. My journey, an ongoing quest if you will, has been in trying to find that one magical key, which will unlock the enchanted door to greater student interest and involvement in their general education c...
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  • Posted on: #iteachmsu
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    Posted by over 1 year ago
    Is there one question that students ask you over and over again every semester that makes you want to pull out every last hair? Mine is: Do we HAVE to read the two books that will become part of our Flipsnack Virtual Readers' Guide Booklet student learning team project?

    If I had a dime for every time I have asked that question or a version thereof. . .

    But this time, I've been smart and developed a short Doodly explainer video to help student learning teams when they have waited too lo...
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