Teaching Well Using Technology - Faculty Workshop
Teaching Well Using Technology: A Faculty Member’s Guide to Wise and Time-Efficient Use of Instructional Technology is a planning workshop you should attend before the hands-on learning of any particular technology. In our experience faculty have too often spent time learning how to use technology tools without having a clear plan for how the tools would be used. This often results in the time being wasted because the tool is never implemented or doesn't work well because it isn't well suited to the situation. This workshop helps you decide which technologies to learn and try. It does this by helping you reexamine what you’re doing in the classroom: how you can enhance student learning and motivation, use in-class and out-of-class time, plan assignments and tests, and interact with students. It helps you choose technologies that will facilitate good learning and good use of time—yours and your student’s. We view technology as the servant of learning.
Keywords: teaching and learning
Event Date(s): May 31, 2003 to June 1, 2003
Focus Area: Teaching and Learning
Scope: Global
Resource Type: Conferences, Meetings and Events
Entry Date: February 3, 2003