Steven Michels helps us think outside the LMS on episode 140 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Quotes from the episode
Every technology suggests how it should be used.
The hub of any class should be the discussion board.
Teaching should be learner-driven, not tool-driven.
Technology is better at bringing the world into the classroom than it is in taking the classroom out into the world.
Anything we can do as faculty members and professors to harness this natural love of learning that our students have … I think is a good thing.
- Patterns in Course Design: How instructors ACTUALLY use the LMS
- Using Slack for Teaching (Steven Michels’ video)
- Google Slides
- Google Sites Page: Foundations of Political Thought
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