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Kincey, Sundra D.; Farmer, Errick D.; Wiltsher, Cheree Y.; McKenzie, Deanna; Mbiza, Sarah T. – Journal of Faculty Development, 2019
This article reflects a review of the evolving role of faculty in implementing new and developing digital technologies along with teaching strategies that resonate and support the needs of students who are learning as digital natives. The authors propose that value remains in utilizing traditional teaching methods with deliberative evaluation of…
Descriptors: Correlation, Learning Experience, Outcomes of Education, Teaching Methods
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Cruz, Laura – Journal of Faculty Development, 2019
The instructional innovation incubator (i3) model is a fully immersive, multi-campus, residential experience designed to address the wicked problem of online teaching and learning. This paper details how we used design thinking to hatch, design, prototype and implement the i3 model, a radical departure from conventional practice in educational…
Descriptors: Online Courses, Educational Technology, Models, Design
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Strawser, Michael G.; Apostel, Shawn – Journal of Faculty Development, 2018
When Pew Research center began tracking the internet usage of Americans in 2000, almost half of all American adults were online. Today, that number has grown exponentially as around 90% of American adults use the Internet. In the past, the "digital divide" focused, almost exclusively, on inequality of access. The divide referred to the…
Descriptors: Internet, Access to Computers, Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education
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Tucker, Virginia – Journal of Faculty Development, 2015
The iGeneration is predisposed to communicating via social media, and oftentimes students' first instinct in classroom group work is to connect with members on social media. While some social networks allow for the creation of private groups, these students are still responsible for adapting the technology for this new purpose: collaborative…
Descriptors: Social Media, Technology Uses in Education, Educational Technology, Cooperative Learning
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Gundlach, Ellen; Maybee, Clarence; O'Shea, Kevin – Journal of Faculty Development, 2015
This article examines a social media assignment used to teach and practice statistical literacy with over 400 students each semester in large-lecture traditional, fully online, and flipped sections of an introductory-level statistics course. Following the social media assignment, students completed a survey on how they approached the assignment.…
Descriptors: Social Media, Teaching Methods, Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education
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Berk, Ronald A. – Journal of Faculty Development, 2014
There are two major global educational trends that have changed the form and execution of humor in the classroom and in professional conferences: (1) the burgeoning instructional technology, especially PowerPoint, which can provide a vehicle for several forms of low risk humor anyone can present; and (2) the diversity of classroom demographics,…
Descriptors: Humor, Classroom Techniques, Educational Technology, Student Diversity
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Good, Jennifer; Shumack, Kellie – Journal of Faculty Development, 2013
Innovations in faculty development, particularly those that make the most of available technologies, are essential. "Learning is a social activity and we are social beings; and everything is connected" (Trammel & Bruce, 2008). Finding methods for creating these faculty connections is a challenge--one that can be met by technology.…
Descriptors: Faculty Development, Writing (Composition), Writing Instruction, Online Courses
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Hagler, Debra; Kastenbaum, Beatrice; Brooks, Ruth; Morris, Brenda; Saewert, Karen J. – Journal of Faculty Development, 2013
Leveraging Educational Technology for Evidence-Based Practice (LET-EBP), a four year federally funded project, was designed to extend use of educational technologies in the prelicensure undergraduate nursing program of a large public research university. Faculty members supported through the project developed and integrated over 20…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Nursing Education, Undergraduate Study, Evidence
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King, Catherine; Moore, Jessie L. – Journal of Faculty Development, 2013
Collaborative inquiry among faculty focused on common teaching and learning questions can result in a rich array of outcomes. This paper reports on Digital Literacies, a collaborative inquiry project focused on infusing the use of computers and collaborative on-line writing environments into our college writing program. Participants were members…
Descriptors: Inquiry, Cooperation, Teacher Collaboration, Educational Technology
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McGowan, Susannah – Journal of Faculty Development, 2012
Using the Threshold Concepts Framework, I explore places where faculty frequently get stuck when attempting to adopt new technologies. They may be held back by preconceptions that technology is superfluous to traditional teaching methods or believe that they must understand the technology perfectly before introducing it into their teaching.…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Professional Development, Faculty Development, Information Technology
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Deacon, Andrea – Journal of Faculty Development, 2012
This essay addresses the affective and social components on online teaching, components that have been neglected in much research on distance learning. The essay offers accessible and practical advice for online teachers to create a "context of care" in their classrooms, thus minimizing student anxiety and maximizing student learning.
Descriptors: Anxiety, Distance Education, Online Courses, Educational Technology
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Kaminski, Karen; Bolliger, Doris – Journal of Faculty Development, 2012
Technology, Learning, and the Classroom, a workshop designed to jump-start faculty's use of instructional technology in face-to-face classrooms, was offered as a week-long intensive workshop and once-a-week session over a semester. Faculty were interviewed five years after participation to determine the longitudinal effects, differences in opinion…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Video Technology, Reading Comprehension, Technology Integration
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Bonilla, James Francisco – Journal of Faculty Development, 2011
In this article the author's review of the literature uncovers six potentially negative effects of technology in the classroom. These include: 1) Limiting pedagogy in teaching for cultural competence; 2) Reinforcing the Digital Divide; 3) Constraining the potential for holistic, humanistic education; 4) Privileging one style of communication while…
Descriptors: Humanistic Education, Educational Technology, Sensory Experience, Teaching Methods
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Berk, Ronald A. – Journal of Faculty Development, 2011
The purpose of this article is to describe a bunch of strategies with which teachers may already be familiar and, perhaps, use regularly, but not always in the context of a formal PowerPoint[R] presentation. Here are the author's top 10 engagement techniques that fit neatly within any version of PowerPoint[R]. Some of these may also be used with…
Descriptors: Computer Software, Visual Aids, Teaching Methods, Educational Technology
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Brooks, D. Christopher; Marsh, Lauren; Wilcox, Kimerly; Cohen, Brad – Journal of Faculty Development, 2011
In response to the well-documented need for rigorous evaluations of faculty development programs and increasing demands for institutional accountability, University of Minnesota's Office of Information Technology (OIT) researchers have developed an approach to program evaluation that assesses individual level changes to participants' attitudes,…
Descriptors: Program Evaluation, Information Technology, Faculty Development, Accountability
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