Technology for Teaching

Feb 20, 2014
Technology-enabled distance learning isn't new. Just as in past tech revolutions, argues Scott Newstok, "close learning" will still be key.
Feb 12, 2014
Facilitating collaborative and student-directed activities is a strategy to shift the focus away from the teacher as sole authority, evaluator and audience for student work.
White male Caucasian lecture stands at whiteboard in front of class, smiling, gesturing
Jan 27, 2014
The flipped classroom innovation: is it all new? Actually, no. Marilla Svinicki of UT Austin shows how three aspects of flipped classes are already familiar as good teaching practices.
A graduate student explains his use of mapping technology
Dec 13, 2013
Photo: Linda A. Cicero / Stanford News Service
Crowds at the LDT Expo, balloons, booths about learning and technology
Aug 5, 2013
A talking horse named Sage who helps you problem solve (Horse Sense) and a website that uses your computer microphone to tell you if you hit just the right note during virtual guitar lessons (Strummify) were among the creative projects at the 16th Annual Learning, Design, and Technology Expo at Stanford Aug. 2, 2013.
Jul 16, 2013
Hands-on exploration first You've heard of the flipped classroom, where students watch lecture videos before coming to class and use class time for activities with the instructor.  But that may be the wrong way around.
Faculty Panel: Keith Devlin, Scott Klemmer, Dan Boneh
May 24, 2013
A faculty panel, brought together by the Office of the Vice Provost for Online Learning (VPOL) and the Graduate School of Education (GSE), discussed “Research Opportunities in Online and Blended Learning” on May 22 in CERAS Learning Hall.
Dr. Jean-luc Doumont
Apr 29, 2013
Lecture:  "Creating Effective Slides: Design, Construction, and Use in Science"
Apr 4, 2013
Not long ago many tools and technologies used in offering online courses were driven by a focus on recreating (to the extent possible) the traditional in-class experience—synchronous, physical presence of multiple students in the same place at the
May 17, 2012
Whereas technology and automation have made almost all segments of our economy vastly more efficient, education today isn't much different than it was 300 years ago.


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