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[Fairfield] Blogging the Curriculum

Here is the presentation I’ll be giving in the morning. Yes, I’m still playing with the “screencast-as-slides” approach: ooh, distracting motion! Update: And here is a short outline of tips I handed around: phases.
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[Fairfield] Afternoon sessions

In the afternoon sessions, we had four presentations (with discussions). You want me to teach what? In the first of these, Joan van Hise and Dawn Massey addressed the question of what to do when you are faced with teaching a course with content or delivery that is unfamiliar. They brought Smarties and Dum-dums to […]
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[Fairfield] Thursday Morning Sessions

I’m up at Fairfield University for their annual conference on teaching. Time permitting, I’ll try to blog the sessions. The day began with a keynote from Alison Morrison-Shetlar, the Dean of Undergraduate Studies at the University of Central Florida. I’ll admit to being a bit cynical about overarching advice on teaching, but I think she […]
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