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Poll Everywhere has Come to Charleston: A New Campus License

If you’ve been a fan of the TLT blog, and let’s face it…you know you are, then you’ve probably seen blog posts from faculty members talking about how they use polling in their classes.  Some have talked about using polls for a “quick check” to gauge student comprehension while others have played with using clicker […]

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Using My iPad and Splice To Teach Students a Practical Skill

This month’s guest blogger is Dr. Denis Keyes from the Department of Teacher Education in the School of Education, Health, & Human Performance. I wasn’t really sure how I was going to use the iPad we received from the FTI last year, as I tend to be more of a “traditional lecturer” than an “innovative […]

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