Microsoft Digital Teacher Certification Webinar

Join us for an introduction to the Teq Microsoft Digital Teacher Certification. Wednesday, June 10, 2015 from 2 – 3 PM CST Take Microsoft 365 to a whole new level with Teq’s Microsoft Digital Teacher Certification! Join us on Wednesday, June 10th, to get an overview of the course, which will cover programs such as Word, Powerpoint, and Excel. Throughout the certification course, […]

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Blackboard Webinar on Student Engagement Tools- Blogs, Wikis, Discussion Boards and Journals

You’re Invited! Blackboard Innovative Teaching Series:  Student Engagement Tools- Blogs, Wikis, Discussion Boards and Journals When: Wednesday, June 18th 12:00 pm CST Where: M201A Downtown Campus Track: Collaboration and Assessing Learners Presenter: Keely McDonough, Blackboard Blackboard Learn offers four communication tools for self-reflection, collaboration and communication.  In this session Blackboard will discuss each tool and share examples. When members of […]

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CmapTools: A Free Concept Mapping Teaching Tool

CmapTools: Integrating, Teaching, Learning, and Evaluation in Online Courses Teaching, learning, and evaluation in online courses offer unique and exciting challenges for instructors. Not only is it necessary to find new teaching strategies but it’s essential that instructors find new ways to facilitate student learning. Concept maps (Novak, 1998) are one strategy that can promote […]

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Best Learning Tools of 2012

Last month, Edudemic released the results of their annual “best learning tools” survey. Over 500 professionals in teaching and learning contributed their opinions on their favorite tools and resources. To see the top 100 learning tools, take a look at the embedded slide-show below. For those of you who know about the workshops we offer […]

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What is a Flipped Classroom?

In a flipped classroom, the typical order of teaching is reversed. Students review lecture content outside the classroom using technologies, such as lecture capture video or podcasts, and class time is used for active learning activities. To learn more, watch this excellent video from Penn State University.

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