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Passing the Mic to Students: The Importance of Student Feedback Sessions in the Design Process
We learn a lot about musical artists from their lyrics---their emotions through life experiences and even their struggles navigating life’s turning points. What’s special about so many classic songs is that the artists themselves were involved in the (More)
Starting Off on the Right Foot: Building Community in Online Learning
After months of waiting and 2,483 miles of driving across the country, November 2nd was finally here. I was about to start a new job during a pandemic. Waiting to join my first Webex meeting at GSU, I took deep breaths and nervously sipped coffee in (More)
Learning to Learn
For most of us, traveling to a new destination involves typing an address into a GPS and then trusting it to tell us our every turn. That's what I did the last time I went somewhere new, but when I arrived I couldn’t tell you how I had got there. Sur (More)
A Wrinkle in Class Time, Part 1
Detail from William Blake's The Marriage of Heaven and Hell. CC BY-SA 3.0. Why Talk About Time? How (More)
Teamwork Makes the Dream Work...With Some Help Along the Way
“Group projects make me understand why Batman works alone.” - Anonymous It’s no secret that students are often less than enthused about working with their classmates. We’ve all heard the horror stories: the group member that never shows up, the domi (More)
The Joy of Breaking Things
I’d been thinking about the need for experimentation in learning. How might we design experiences where learners feel safe and motivated to explore? To disrupt habits and take risks?   Then my daughter’s daycare classroom closed due to a (More)
What's Your Story?
Does your course have a story to tell? A fruitful way to view your course is through the lens of narrative or story. No matter what th (More)
Reflect, Rethink & Refresh
Transforming a face-to-face course into a 100% online course for the first time can be a daunting experience. It’s a big change and in the beginning it may seem a nebulous task to take on. This summer, I partnered with professor Eric Wright, Ph.D., t (More)
The CETL Onion
Forrest Gump, the titular character of the beloved American film Forrest Gump, is known for saying “Life is like a box of chocolates. You never know what you’re gonna get.” I would argue, that life is much more like a box of onions. You don’t know wh (More)
10 Ways of Looking at a Sheet of Paper #2
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