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Problem Based Learning

Leena Karambelkar attended the Spring 2012 FTI and after that experience decided to try a Problem Based Learning assignment, a strategy that was covered in the FTI.  Here is what she had to say about that decision: PBL:  Empowering students by bringing more creativity, curiosity and interest to my Hindi Language classes Among the methods […]

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Introducing Evernote to Graduate Students

This week’s FTI Guest Blogger is Dr. Christine Finnan in Teacher Education & Anthropoplogy. Evernote was one of the many tools shared at the 2012 summer Faculty Technology Institute. I began using it after the FTI to clip articles that are relevant to my teaching and research. I like it because it is easy to […]

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Susan Flynn Talks About PBL and Twitter in Her Class

This week’s FTI guest blogger is Susan Flynn from Teacher Education in the School of Education, Health, and Human Performance. I have been teaching in post-secondary education for over 17 years. I continue to seek out opportunities to learn, improve, and adapt my teaching strategies and delivery of content to engage the ever-changing college student […]

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Good Times with GoodNotes

This month’s FTI guest blogger is Dr. Emily Neil Skinner from Teacher Education. Attending the Faculty Technology Institute 2012: Teaching the Tech Generation last summer was reminiscent of going to the Cooper River Bridge Pre-Race Expo. Or seeing Cirque de Soleil. Like the race expo, there was so much to see and try on- only […]

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Guest Post: GoodNotes in the Math Classroom

Tom Kunkle, an Associate Professor of Mathematics at CofC, and all-around good guy, writes here about his experiences with GoodNotes in the Math Classroom. For instruction, he balances the tech gamut from chalk to the iPad, and (spoiler alert) the technology does not necessarily win out in the end. Of all the applications we saw […]

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GoodNotes and AirSketch In the Classroom

Our guest blogger this week is Dr. Mike Flynn, chair of the Department of Health and Human Performance.  After attending the FTI in 2012 Dr. Flynn implemented both AirSketch and GoodNotes which are note taking/whiteboard apps that will allow you to annotate on PDFs.  In this post he talks about his experiences implementing these iPad apps […]

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