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Ken Bauer shares how to engage the heart and mind through the connected classroom.
Quotes from the episode
I’m not going to be there and lecture; I want to really connect with my students.
The number one difficulty for faculty in innovating in their practice is … fear.
You’ve just got to take baby steps and change those things that you can change.
- Amy Collier’s session at Campus Technology 2016 Conference: Love and Risk in Education – A Call to Resistance
- Student Paola's video about her experience in Ken’s class
- Confusiasm – confusion and enthusiasm
- Nancy White on Twitter
- Ken’s blog post about his teaching evaluations
- Michelle Miller on episode #026
- Gardner Campbell on episode #107
- Common Craft’s RSS explanation video
- Flipped Learning Network
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