How is it already MID-AUGUST?!?!?!
I just got back from Digital Pedagogy Lab, a week full of people sharing resources that can be implemented in our classes, if we start thinking about it [looks at calendar – weeps] now. But in order of ease, here are some things to get you started thinking about your teaching in the (sigh) fall.
Do your students do public, digital projects? Ever thought of thought of having them sign a release? You should, and Jade Davis explains why and shares her model.
Sara Goldrick-Rab shares her syllabus statement on Basic Needs Security and why it’s important to include.
Thinking about “non-traditional” students:
This recent piece from Vox gives some useful data on engaging students from lower-socioeconomic backgrounds.
Reminder: Active Learning Helps First-Gen Students.
- Also consider the risks of asking students to write in public, like Dreamers, by Annemarie Perez.
Incorporating Digital Literacy:
New open-source textbook: Choosing & Using Sources: A Guide to Academic Research
— Dr. Lee Skallerup Bessette (@readywriting) August 2, 2018
Please share your suggestions in the comments!