Neither a pandemic nor a derecho could keep the Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT) from completing the first year of inclusive classroom training.
Diversifying your syllabus involves more than simply including diverse and Indigenous scholars and/or topics in your course materials. Rather, it recognizes that there are diverse perspectives of what constitutes reality and what constitutes knowledge within a discipline or in course content.
Do you wonder what questions were asked via email@example.com most during October? Below are the questions in no particular order.
The ISU Learning Technology Change Advisory Board continues to monitor the progress and development of the Canvas New Quizzes tool.
In response to changes made by Canvas and faculty feedback, here are six must-knows about Canvas right now. This information will assist you whether you are new to teaching with Canvas or have many years of experience. Represent grades accurately in Canvas. To align the student and instructor views, make sure you assign students a … Continue reading Six must-knows about Canvas right now (Teaching Tip)
Dr. David Cantor, Professor of Supply Chain Management & Mark & Terri Walker Professorship in Logistics and Supply Chain Management (Ivy College of Business) along with Lauren Eliscu, Teaching Assistant (Supply Chain Management) here at Iowa State. Cantor shares how to improve teaching online with these three resources in this Tip for Teaching video (8 mins).
Dr. Betsy Swanner, Associate Professor (Geological and Atmospheric Sciences) here at Iowa State. Swanner shares how to build knowledge and community with the Jigsaw strategy in this Tip for Teaching video (3m 51s).
Katie Fulton, M.A., Associate Teaching Professor and Online Learning Coordinator (English) here at Iowa State. Fulton shares how to map out an intuitive hybrid course and prompt students with announcements in this Tip for Teaching video (3m 22s).
In the October 17, 2020 Canvas Release, the Global Navigation Menu includes a Recent History link, the user-level Notifications page has been updated, and the MathJax JS library has been improved to render equations in a more accessible format.
Bruce Kraft, Professor of Practice (Finance, Ivy College of Business) here at Iowa State. Kraft shares how to capitalize on technology to accommodate multimodal course delivery .