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Practically teaching with technology Dr Julie Hulme
We’d all like to use the most advanced technology – but: Cost; Time; Keeping up-to-date; Student engagement; Evidence base; Innovation fatigue; Spontaneity and responsiveness to students ‘on the spot’. 2 Pragmatism!
Old-fashioned methods still useful – post-its, whiteboards, flip charts etc. Live editing Powerpoint: 3 What can we do instead?
Find a paper on using clickers in lectures; Share it on Twitter with the hashtag #HEAsmart – it’s there for all of us to save and revisit. 4 ‘Here and now’ learning
Communicubes: Bostock, S.J., Hulme, J.A. and Davys, M.A. (2006). CommuniCubes: Intermediate interactive technology for interaction with large groups. In: D. Banks (ed.) Audience Response Systems in Higher Education. Idea Group. Even lower tech…. 5 Low tech ARS voting
The pros….and the cons…. Accessibility for students; Moderation; Consider visibility issues; Expectations and time to respond; Your own work-life balance. 6 Facebook groups vs discussion forums
I’ve learned about something today that I will definitely use in my teaching I’ve learned about something today and I might give it a go I’ve not learned anything new 7 Poll