Educational Technology

Walking: Why Drive When You Can Walk?

“No need to drive if you want your place on earth to be a world you can encompass walking.” (bell hooks, Belonging) I was reading bell hooks today and this sentence resonated with me on so many levels. I have a vague memory of Sherri Spelic asking people to talk about walking last year at…

Students Talk to Me About Webcams

This post is co-authored with students in my CORE 2096 Spring 2021 class. I suggested we do not tie each quote with each student’s name, so as not to put them at risk in any way, but I am collecting names of people who want to be identified as co-authors of the article as a…

On Proctoring & Internalized Oppression #AgainstSurveillance

I’ve been having a lot of private conversations around proctoring and surveillance, and we’ve been having a lot of conversations on my campus about academic integrity. Thankfully, in many of these conversations on my campus, there are people other than me who bring up the importance of centering care and pedagogy and equity in all…

Technology, Instruction, Learning in Teaching (TILT) Faculty Survey

The purpose of the technology, Instruction, Learning in Teaching (TILT) survey is to assess the use of instructional technologies by faculty, instructors, and students in higher education. Instructional technology is defined as the design and implementation of digital texts and tools in order to create engaging, effective learning experiences. This version of the TILT survey… Continue reading

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How Do You Make Zoom Breakout Rooms Less Boring?

  This article is part of the guide Toward Better Teaching: Office Hours With Bonni Stachowiak. on EdSurge. It is reposted on Teaching in Higher Ed with permission. It is the latest installment of the Toward Better Teaching advice column. You can pose a question for a future column here. A conversation broke out on Twitter last […]