teaching with technology, mixed mode classes, re-designing course content
In a session designed to impact how you think about designing your classes, Dr. Jim Gigantino, Interim Vice Provost for Academic Affairs, will lead a discussion of the new modes of delivery that will be available on campus and some information about the mixed mode pilot that will be undertaken in the fall of 2023.
Dr. David Jensen, Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering, will discuss a course he designed to be taught in a mixed mode form and share how he has been using the materials the last couple of semesters. He will provide examples from his class along with two instructional designers from the Global Campus, Adam Brown and Ken Muessig, who assisted him as part of a TFSC grant.
Kathryn Zawisza, Director of Academic Tech and Innovation, will discuss how Blackboard Ultra can help with re-designing a course due to the ease in using it across multiple devices.
Information in the session can be useful to incorporate in your day to day classes, potential winter weather days, or even a new way of teaching your classes each semester.
Gigantino, J., Jensen, D., & Zawisza, K. (2023). Course Re-Design: What’s New on Campus. TFSC Publications and Presentations. Retrieved from https://scholarworks.uark.edu/wctfscpub/53