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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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Screencast-o-matic Screen Recorder

What is this and what is it good for? Screencast-o-Matic is a web based service that allows you to create and host screen casts online. What, you might be asking, is a screen cast?! What a wonderful question. A screen … Continue reading

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Using Participatory Technology to Reach Students

“Talk to Larry” is the common response when asked who incorporates new participatory technologies in their teaching. Long considered a technology innovator, Larry has recently adopted the use of Twitter, blogs, and Skype into his teaching practice and found that … Continue reading

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Measuring Fair Trade

What makes a fair trade athletic shoe company better for the environment? What is certification in fair trade and when does it matter? How can a company regain control of its inventory? Students in Tamara Stenn’s Integrated Quantitative Literacy class, … Continue reading

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Giving Students Audio-Visual Feeback

Let’s imagine that you’re correcting a student paper and you note an error.  You wish your student was right there so you could just talk briefly to her… but you can’t, so you pick up your pen and start to … Continue reading

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