Category Archives: pedagogy

Teaching Naked – a presentation by Dr. Jose Bowen

This post was originally written by Reta Chaffee (Granite State College) who with her colleagues, attended this presentation. On October 17, 2013,  Dr. José Bowen presented his workshop,  Teaching Naked: How Moving Technology Out of Your College Classroom Will Improve Student Learning, at … Continue reading

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Anatomy of Academic Technology Support

When faculty think of our Academic Technology unit I suspect their mind races right to questions about how to solve a technology conundrum. Sure, that’s part of it but faculty can really benefit from our expertise and our broad experience. … Continue reading

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1 on 1 Feedback

What is the most powerful teaching tool there is? Probably one on one feedback about a student’s performance.  A new iPad video tool, Coach’s Eye, can help you do that. Coach’s Eye, as the name suggests, was developed for critiquing … Continue reading

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The curious case of the reluctance to grade

More faculty than ever are interested in taking advantage of the digital submission capability of their learning management system. It provides them easier access to student work with a minimum of administration time.  In order to use digital submission, in … Continue reading

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Announcing Teacher Education Video Series Premiere and Faculty Spotlight Video

In early November 2012, Professor Nancy Lory stopped by CELT to request assistance with a potential video project having to do with the Teacher Education program at Keene State and the neighboring Marlborough Elementary School. About a week later, the … Continue reading

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