Tag Archives: Engagement

Using student-student interaction to increase learning

My post is addressing pitfall #5 in the article that we read (ignoring the ways in which students learn from each other). One of the things that we do in our online Spanish classes that we will carry over into … Continue reading

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Intro to Design Management at a Glance

What is Design Management and Why it is Important? Design is integral to the success of any organization or business, as it functions both as a process (design as a verb) and product or service (design as a noun). Design … Continue reading

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Engaging students in knowledge production

One of the main benefits, in my mind, of rethinking delivery of a course is the all too rare chance to really evaluate what concepts, outcomes, and learning strategies you are trying to achieve with a course, and then working … Continue reading

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Pleasing the Audience

Reading about some common pitfalls of online teaching got me thinking about a bad habit I’ve fallen into in my own face-to-face classrooms: Despite my best intentions, I regularly weigh down my students with text-based content and assignments designed more … Continue reading

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