- Brandon Sheridan on Getting started with interactive teaching
- Mary Flannery on Interactive learning through current events (pdf of Prezi)
- Jennifer Imazeki on Audience response systems (note: slides 1 and 3 appear blank because that’s where I asked questions using PollEverywhere). I’ve also written a lot of about my experience with clickers and PollEverywhere here on the blog.
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Tuesday, July 9, 2013
Interactive teaching session at the Westerns
At the Westerns, I was part of a session on interactive teaching titled, “Flipping, Clicking and Other Contortions to Make Your Classes More Interactive”. Unfortunately, one of the participants, the one who was specifically going to talk about flipping his class, was struck with flight problems and couldn’t make it. However, he was kind enough to make a video of his presentation that we could show during the session. If anyone is interested, Steven also put the video (broken into two parts) onto YouTube, here and here. I also tried to record the other three presentations using Camtasia but there are problems with the sound (Steven’s video was actually running in the background and although the sound was muted at the time, Camtasia recorded Steven’s voice with the other presentations). So rather than posting the videos, here are (links to) the slides: