A heutagogical approach means opening the learning space and allowing learning to take many possible directions or pathways. Learners flourish when they can apply the learning outcomes to their own subjective world.
Kimi Anderson shares effective strategies and tips that teachers can implement to gauge students’ level of understanding in the classroom.
In this recording, Ashley Carmody explores using welcome videos on LMSs to increase engagement in blended learning environments.
In this recording, Kari Qasem demonstrates how a flipped classroom can offer a strategy to reduce the amount of teacher talk during class and provide students with more support as they apply knowledge.
Jonathan Brown considers computer-based applications which can complement speaking and listening activities in the classroom.
In this recording, Jonathan Brown illustrates how adapting existing technologies can have powerful results and help build a committed learning community, both online and in the classroom.
In this recording, Alison Cutler introduces OneNote Class Notebook and shows several examples of how she effectively uses the collaboration space to teach students in her media courses.
In this recording, Claire Pemberton and Roxy Hibbins share ideas and strategies to engage students in multi-modal teaching contexts (Face-to-Face and Blended Learning).