- FRIDAY FEBRUARY 9, 2018
DIGITAL MEDIA IN THE CLASSROOM – WHERE ARE WE NOW?
Topics: Using Digital Media in the Classroom, Gaming, Film
Professor James Hodge (English) joins the World.Wine.Web discussion to share more about using, producing, and remixing a wide variety of digital media in the classroom. We continue the conversation about digital tools, games, and remediation projects, asking which are best suited to a particular student audience and considering where we will want to channel efforts for the future.
- Creating and Using Location-Aware Games in the Classroom
With recent tools such as ARIS, from the University of Wisconsin Field Day Lab, Instructors and students alike are quickly able to build rich, meaningful location-based games that can foster discovery, engagement, and learning of materials in a geographic context.
- Practical Uses of Screen-sharing in the Communicative Classrooms
In this workshop, we cover the basics of Solstice — the technology available in Kresge classrooms that allows faculty and students to easily share content from their laptop, smartphone, or tablet to the big classroom screen. In the workshop, we cover a variety of hands-on use-cases to understand how the screen sharing technology can be useful for a variety of discussion activities and/or communicative tasks for language instruction and other humanities classes.
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