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Teaching in a Digital World

Alexa Huang

Miss Huang

on 19 October 2016

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Transcript of Teaching in a Digital World

Teaching in a Digital World
Alexa Huang
Key Issues
archival foundation
accessibility and research tools
project sustainability
Digital Humanities
Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986), dir. John Hughes
curating videos to be shared and critiqued
interactivity / FREE tools reappropriated
Blackboard 9.1
modules --> reduce / reuse / recycle
Share book reviews.

Pee reviews (access each other's papers online)

Poll your class.

Bring literature to life. Create a Facebook representation of a work of literature or a fictinoal character.

Create groups.

Schedule events.

Share multimedia and vetted web resources.

Post class notes and homework.

Brainstorm. Students can have the ability to add their thoughts to the class any time they occur allows for more opportunities for brainstorming off each other.

Digital Tools for the Classroom
Using Facebook in Class

Provides direct communication with instructors.

Allows shy students a way to communicate.

Facilitate classmate connections. When students get to know each other more intimately, they become more involved in the learning experience.

Inviting atmosphere. Since Facebook isn’t exclusively the instructor’s any more than it is the students’, this offers students an opportunity for active participation on a level playing field.

Students are comfortable with Facebook.

Promote collaboration.
curatorial insights
Intrepretive Communities
sharing and criticism
make clips or annotate passages
new research questions and unexpected discoveries
close reading
distance reading
The 5 C's: National Standards for Foreign Language Learning --
American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages
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