Teaching with Technology Spotlight

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Teaching with Technology Spotlight is a learning technology initiative that highlights a specific instructional technique, best practice, or innovation related to utilizing technology to enhance teaching and learning at Georgia Tech. It provides participants an opportunity to learn directly from experts and/or individuals who have successfully implemented technology in their own classroom.

During this one and half-hour session participants will explore ways in which digital tools and pedagogies have been successfully used and can be adopted for use in their own courses.  The topic of each Spotlight is different and related to the current trends, innovations, and issues facing Educators today, so be sure to check back often to see what the next Spotlight is about.

We invite individuals from across campus to recommend technologies and/or individual faculty members whom they feel should be highlighted through our Teaching with Technology Spotlight program. Please contact Chaohua Ou with your recommendation.


 

Teaching with Technology Spotlight in Fall 2018

Developing and Using Mobile Educational Apps: A Teacher's Perspective

Invited Speaker: Julián J. Rímoli, School of Aerospace Engineering

A New Solution to the Teaching Conundrum of What to Do with Student Writing

Invited Speaker: Kari Davis-Nozemack, Scheller College of Business

Teaching with Technology Spotlight in Spring 2018

Flipped Learning in Large Chemistry Classes

Invited Speaker: Carrie Shepler, School of Chemistry and BioChemistry

Leveraging Peer Feedback to Support and Enhance Learning at Scale

Invited Speaker: Gabriel Perez and David Joyner, College of Computing

Teaching with Technology Spotlight in Fall 2017

 
 
Invited Speakers: Chrisy Spencer, Jung Choi, and Shana Kerr, School of Biological Sciences
 
Invited Speaker: Scott Douglas,  School of Physics
 

 

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