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Educators across the region gathered at Conway High School for the Google in Education Arkansas Summit. Whether or not your institution uses Google Apps for Education, educators can use the suite of tools to either change how they work or bypass the learning management system (Moodle or Blackboard). I’m going to break down a few things that were covered and how they may apply in teaching and learning.
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The Association of American Colleges & Universities created a rubric for evaluating teamwork. If you’re creating a team-based assignment or collaborative project, this rubric offers a good way to evaluate the process and not focus entirely… Read More »How to Grade Collaborative Work
Welcome to the social media graveyard. Joining the ranks of Gilbert Gottfried, Pax Dickinson, Mike Bacsik, as well as lesser known workers, we can now make room for college applicants.
In case you missed the ACS Hangout on October 22, you can catch up with your colleagues when it’s convenient.
Interested in using Twitter or other social media in the classroom? This semester the Associated Colleges of the South kicked off a series of Google Hangouts related to pedagogy and technology.