This studio explores collaborative learning activities and strategies for immediate use in your classroom.
An introduction to the Challenge Bank and other digital tools you will use in the Agora.
This studio introduces an iterative course design process inspired by the D-School that will allow you to think about how to begin redesigning your course to be more student centred and to create more opportunities for mobile learning.
A studio for your first day. Breaking the Agora into bite-size pieces.
In this studio we will talk where there is room for more student created content and look at alternatives to research papers and quizzes.
Description Comics used to be inaccessible unless you had drawing skill. With iPad apps, it is now very easy for students and instructors to create and share comics, and the application of teaching and learning with comics is growing. Unfortunately, there are less and less free comic creation apps for the iPads, but this…
In this studio you can explore a number of tools (all of them put to use in the UdG Agor), for curating or organizing your student’s twitter actions.
http://j.mp/udg-dio In this studio we will explore our own relationships to technology. You may just want it to work for you, so you can focus your time attention elsewhere, not deal with arcane technical tasks, this is what we call DIFM (Do It For Me). But in other situations, you may want to understand what…
Así que vale la pena reflexionar ¿qué tanto estamos aprovechando el flujo de conocimientos disponible en las redes? y ¿qué nos ofrecen los entornos móviles al respecto?
http://bit.ly/udg-flipped Description Flipped Classroom is an implementation strategy and usually part of a blended learning environment. Teachers worldwide are using #flipclass across disciplines at all grade levels of kindergarten to graduate school. You can find an official description provided by the Flipped Learning Network on that website which is also an excellent community resource. You…
Explore the benefits of using and sharing openly licensed resources, and assess how they might improve our teaching.
Una pregunta muy recurrente es ¿cómo evaluamos a los alumnos, si dejamos a un lado las aulas y las actividades de aprendizaje tradicionales?
Simple rules to unleash and engage everyone in learning, online and offline. Or even staff meetings!
Rather than focusing on the form of video as film, in this studio we explore short forms that in many ways are somewhere between a photograph and a video.
A great way to get attention, or the death of thoughtful communication? Or both? We hope this will be the silliest Studio ever! But will it help us to teach and learn?
Capture and sequence voice, music, and real world sounds to “paint” the world in pure audio format.
In this studio, we review how to move your iPad files to a location in “the cloud” and then how to get it’s web address.
Scenario-based learning (SBL) uses real-life situations to engage learners in a problem, process or decision that they have to collaboratively resolve.
Use visuals for engagement, learning, and meaning making offline and online.