Archive for April, 2010

Moving Forward, Looking Back – Asking Adjunct Questions in Class

“It is one thing to find out, from asking a question, that the majority do not understand.  It is quite another to then summon up one’s best elucidation of the point in question, ask another question, and find the majority still do not understand.”  -Louis Abrahamson in Audience Response Systems in Higher Education: Applications and […]

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Wait, how did you do that again?

Does the opening question sound familiar to you? or Does this sound familiar to you: “… often students tell me that they don’t understand how to do THIS TASK when they read the book or look at their notes, but when I show them, THIS TASK seems easy. At that moment, they can immediately work […]

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Partnering with Instructional Technology – Why? How? When?

Filed in In the Classroom, Miscellaneous by on April 15, 2010 0 Comments

Why? Don’t go it alone!  At WPI, your Instructional Technology resource is the Technology for Teaching and Learning Group in the ATC.  We have a variety of tools and a wealth of experience, and are here to support faculty and students.  How? Partnering can be as involved as you would like it to be – […]

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Want to learn more about M-Learning?

Filed in Cool Links by on April 1, 2010 0 Comments

M-Learning is a term that is short for mobile learning. But what exactly is mobile learning? Check out these useful links for more information!

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