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2003 UNC Teaching and Learning with Technology Conference
March 2729, Greensboro, NC

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Solutions3: Three Project-Based Models for Teaching With Technology

Breiwitz, Karin         (919) 966-1289
      Consultant
      Center for Teaching and Learning
      UNC Chapel Hill
First co-presenter: Palmer, Rick    
Organization: UNC Chapel Hill
Second co-presenter: Stabley, Todd    
Organization: UNC Chapel Hill
Third co-presenter: Degitz, Lynne    
Organization: UNC Chapel Hill

Abstract (up to 200 words):
In the course of responding to teaching/learning needs in three diverse instances, the Center for Teaching and Learning developed three different IT products (one in collaboration with the Center for Instructional Technology) that address the unique challenges and specific learning goals of each project. The products. 1. An on-line guided writing tool for use by teachers in course planning 2. A multi-media, diagnostic case study exercise w/patient interview 3. A set of multi-media science lab preparation modules Each of these products represents a method for addressing a specific kind of teaching goal, for eliciting desired levels of thinking, and for using locally available technological development and delivery tools to create solutions. As such, these products may also represent models that can now be applied to similar teaching/learning situations and problems in disciplines other than the ones for which they were originally employed. If you'd like to use case studies, writing/thinking exercises, or demonstrations (hardware, procedures, or software) in your teaching, come and see if there might be something in our IT for you.

Related materials:
Solutions3.pdf

Session type:
Long presentation (45 minutes)

Time slots:
C6 - Fr 1:00 - 1:45

Room:
Victoria B



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