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Welcome to the blog of the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning at Georgia State University. We hope that on these pages you can start your exploration in teaching in a digital age. We also hope that your next step in that process is to call or come by our space so that we can be a part of your exploration.

Open Educational Resource and Statistics Anxiety

Yu-Ju's (Sharon's) paper is just published in the Journal of Formative Design in Learning (Wohoo). This is part of her dissertation study that she adopts open educational resources in the introductory statistics/quantitative research methodology courses to deal with...

The Socratic Method

It was only a matter of time. Years back, WordLens showed the world a camera app that could be pointed towards any text & instantly translate it. Google bought it & includes it now in their Translate app. Then PhotoMath & MathPix entered the scene &...

Post/human Approaches to Design and Teaching?

Post/human Approaches to Design and Teaching? Lately, it seems like you can’t turn a corner without being smacked in the face by the specter of posthumanism. As with other educational philosophy trends of yore (I’m looking at you, constructivism) posthumanism is the...

Clash and Flow: Pedagogy and Street Art

On December 2, 2016 a group of instructional designers and graduate students hopped on the Atlanta Streetcar at Hurt Park for the first ever guerilla Art in the Wild: StreetArt Tour in the Edgewood district. The goal of this CETL-hosted trip was to encourage educators...

Inspired by Design: Art In the Wild StreetArt Tour

When we think about designing classes we tend to think about controlling these experiences. What if we flip the script, however, and also think about disorder? How can we use chaos (both ordered and disordered) in our course designs? For our fourth and final Inspired...

VoicetThread At CETL (Recorded Workshop)

On October 10, 2016 the Center for Teaching and Learning hosted a VoiceThread workshop for faculty.  The workshop was lead by VoiceThread expert and instructional designer George Haines.  VoiceThread is available for all GSU faculty. In this workshop, participants...

Edge, and the future, is live

So, you just had the most amazing assignments turned in from your students, and you're proud of your effort and want to show them off - what do you do? In the far-removed past, you may hire a barker to scream about it around ye olde village, or perhaps provide...

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