5 Easy Steps to Refresh a Course

Here are the notes for the Course Refresh Session. Anyone at MU can edit these notes.   https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Hdn8g12jCcvG8SNK6nBBT832nSR0j7XGYx_W3zBp2WY/edit?usp=sharing

Inclusion By Design Tool

A team of researchers from James Madison and Temple Universities have developed a tool for “examining courses through a diversity lens.” The journal, Faculty Focus, published an article about the research which includes a link to the tool. You will find the tool by following this link. (NB: The tool is made available through a Creative Commons 4.0 Attribution and Share Alike License.) Let us know your experiences with Inclusion by Design…. Read More

Blended and Flipped Activties

Creating Blended and Flipped Activities Dr. Joe Provenzano Director Faculty Development, Teaching, and Instructional Design Center for Teaching and Learning Blended and Flipped What are the Differences/Similarities Blended: involves using online activities, resources that supplement face-to-face instruction.  Online learning activities may replace face-to-face activities but blend with those delivered in the class to create a cohesive experience. Flipped: Elements of a class are presented online for students to complete prior to coming… Read More

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