Thanks to a grant from Chancellor Horrell, we are launching the ThinqStudio to examine critical digital pedagogy at CU Denver. As a part of that work, we are sending 20 colleagues from the SEHD, CLAS, CAM, SPA, and CAP to the Digital Pedagogy Institute in July and August. Among the topics explored this summer will […]
A number of SEHD colleagues are exploring an initiative called A Domain of One’s Own (DoOO) in league with the thinqstudio. Attached is an article on the initiative from the latest issue of the Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy on Becoming Literate Digitally (PDF) – thank you Lori Elliot! This initiative involves personalized web sites for students and […]
How do you define personalized learning? =========== Gardner Campbell is a thought-leader in higher-education and digital pedagogy. He is an Associate Professor of English and Special Assistant to the Provost at Virginia Commonwealth University, where for nearly three years he also served as Vice Provost for Learning Innovation and Student Success as well as Dean […]
CU Denver Contributors – Brad Hinson & Dave Thomas Download the 2017 NMC Horizon Report (PDF) The NMC Horizon Report is an ongoing research project designed to identify and describe emerging technologies likely to have an impact on learning, teaching, and creative inquiry in education. Six key trends, six significant challenges, and six important developments in educational […]
from DML Central | FULL ARTICLE … Pedagogical practices such as this — the curation and publication of classmate’s work by classmates — contribute to students being entangled in each other’s work, creating contagion where students pursue inquiries of their own design, inquiries that matter to them and begin to matter to their classmates as […]
via the Atlantic Ilse Cruz was brought into the United States by her mother when she was 4 years old, and has no memories of her native Mexico. She also doesn’t feel truly American—because she’s undocumented. “American culture and Mexican culture, they’re both a part of who I am but I can’t understand either one […]
DOES the college lecture discriminate? Is it biased against undergraduates who are not white, male and affluent? The notion may seem absurd on its face. The lecture is an old and well-established tradition in education. To most of us, it simply is the way college courses are taught. Even online courses are largely conventional lectures […]
Professor Phil Strain and Pyramid Model Consortium colleagues offer suggestions in “Supporting Children & Families during a Difficult Time” (Fox, Hemmeter, Strain, Allen, Ferro, & Binder, 2016) for program leaders and practitioners in dealing with potential issues and supporting young children and families during challenging times. Click here to access the PDF of this article.
Poverty, equity, education, data, technology, social class, teachers, students, and the future. Andreas Schleicher is a German-born statistician and researcher in the field of education. He is the Division Head and coordinator of the OECD Programme for International Student Assessment and the OECD Indicators of Education Systems programme.
Originally posted Oct. 11 by Sean Michael Morris @ the Digital Pedagogy Lab ========================================= We hope that you’ll join us for this #digped chat on Friday, October 14 at 10AM Mountain Time. ========================================= Quite often, I don’t have the words to speak. To respond. To cry havoc. I have spoken many times already and have […]