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  • 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: Digital Collaborative Learning for the 21st Century (2022-2023 Learning Community)
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    Posted by 5 months ago
    Not required, but interested parties might fight these titles helpful:

    1) Advancing Online Teaching (2021) -- Kevin Kelly and Todd Zakrajsek

    2) Collaborative Learning Techniques (2014) -- Elizabeth F. Barkely, Claire Howell Major, and K. Patricia Cross

    3) Multimodal Learning for the 21st Century Adolescent (2010) -- Tom Bean


    All available through Amazon.

  • Posted on: #iteachmsu
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    Posted by 9 months ago
    Have just finished putting the final touches on the first episode in a new podcast series -- created using Audacity and AnchorFM -- that is intended to support the learning of students in my face-to-face, hybrid, and online courses from Fall 2022. . . WSTKS-FM Worldwide: Podcasts for Digital Collaborative Learning in the 21st Century. Here is a link for anyone who might find this of interest: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=01UohhFXXCI

    Additional interesting apps for creating podcasts th...
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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: #iteachmsu
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    Posted by 11 months ago
    Recently, I have been working on how we might provide instruction in DEI principles to the students in our courses. Here is what I have come up with:

    "Timely Team Tips: Stealthy DEI Instruction through Brief Animated Explainer Videos

    Fostering Inclusive Practices within the Student Learning Teams Organized for My IAH Courses"

    Timely Team Tips #1 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sa18WLyz3tQ
    Timely Team Tips #2 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sLzV0yFgX6E
    Timely Team Tips #3 - ht...
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  • Posted on: Reading Group for Student Engagement and Success
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    Posted by about 1 year ago
    Hello everyone! Here is my contribution to next Friday's session, a recent article by Zhonggen Yu, The Effects of Gender, Educational Level, and Personality on Online Learning Outcomes During the Covid-19 Pandemic (2021). Looking forward to seeing you this Friday, February 11th.
    Yu_2021_The_Effects_of_Gender_Educational_Level_and_Personality_on_Online_Learning_Outcomes_during_the_Covid-19_Pandemic.pdf

  • Posted on: #iteachmsu
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    Posted by about 1 year ago
    In my ongoing quest to find how we might better motivate and engage our students, particularly within a general education context, I've come across a couple of interesting sources online.

    Universal Design for Learning at a Glance -- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U1B6yQXsr0c
    Provides an engaging, concise explanation of what UDL is and how it works in the (college) 'classroom.'

    The Nora Project -- https://thenoraproject.ngo/mission
    A fairly comprehensive website that addresses the in...
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  • Posted on: #iteachmsu
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    Posted by about 1 year ago
    An interesting piece this morning on Faculty Focus about using short (instructor) videos in our courses to both connect with students and reinforce learning goals each week. A direct link is below for anyone who is interested. While I have developed an extensive network of two-minute whiteboard animations since last summer as part of my online course modules, I must admit that the itch to develop short videos (that are more interesting than my old Prezi videos in use during the 2020-2021 AY...
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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
    After attending a learning community yesterday afternoon (and looking at MSU's online guidelines) on diversity, equity, and inclusion, I took a stab at putting together a two-minute Doodly video on the subject but pitched to the students in my courses. I've embedded it within the Week Six module of each course since part of student teamwork next week will be assessing their team dynamic, habits, and processes in the completion of Project #1, which teams are turning in on Friday, October 1st....
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  • Posted on: #iteachmsu
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    Posted by over 1 year ago
    I'm Brittany Dillman and today I will be hosting an AMA (Ask Me Anything) on Teaching Online: Pedagogy, Assessment & Instructor Presence.

    I have my PhD in Educational Psychology and Educational Technology from MSU and currently work with the Master of Arts in Educational Technology (MAET) program in the College of Education. I am currently teaching a learning theories course and a technology teaching across the curriculum course, so I pretty much live, eat, and breath pedagogy, assess...
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