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New Location: Bush Memorial Library Rooms 204 & 205 Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL)MS-C19351536 Hewitt AvenueSt. Paul, MN 55104
Thank you for participating in the Faculty Development Day on January 20th, 2012! We enjoyed having so many of you join in the event and partake in the breakout sessions.
For those of you who were NOT able to attend, we have posted recordings and resources from the event below. Please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any follow up questions.
Keynote: Cassie Scharber, PhD, from the University of MN took us on a fascinating journey through new ideas about teaching and learning in an era of rewired brains. Click here for Dr. Scharber's PowerPoint presentation, the recording of the keynote, and for the resources she sent us following her presentation.
Playing with iPads: Apple representatives Mike McGraw and Paul Musegades brought iPads on campus and guided faculty through a hands on tour of educational iPad apps. They also announced the big news Apple made public on January 19th to
The Flipped Classroom: Record your PowerPoint presentation with audio lecture directly from your desktop and post it in the cloud. When you meet, there is time for discussion and collaboration. Capture a live lecture using Mediasite for viewing anytime/anyplace.
Presentation Unleashed: Tired of the old PowerPoint? There are new ways of delivering your course content. The below tools were introduced and explored during breakout sessions.
Milton Chen, Senior Fellow of the George Lucas Educational Foundation and author of Education Nation joined us virtually to discuss the six leading edges of innovation in education.
CTL played a video produced by Greg Steinke recording Hamline students' perspective on the use of technology on campus.
Playing with iPads: Create, collaborate, and distribute a video or podcast using the iPad. Explore apps that allow you to create, collaborate, and share.
Can You Hear Me Now? A faculty panel demonstrate innovative ways of creating assignments and providing feedback to students.
Collaborating in Groups: Learn the secrets of creating successful group projects in the classroom and online.
David Stern, VP of Academic Affairs offered closing remarks and Jenny Keil, Associate VP of Academic Affairs handed out the below prizes.
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