Tag: active learning

UDL: A Systematic Approach to Supporting Diverse Learners

Faculty Focus, September 14, 2015: Advances in neuroscience and digital imaging give us an unprecedented understanding of how individuals access, process, and respond to information. Previously we may have had an intuitive understanding that our students learned differently. Now functional MRI scans demonstrate this in living color. However, simply recognizing learner diversity is one thing; …

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Blended Learning faculty training available

Blended Learning utilizes the best of online technology and face-to-face (F2F) instruction. If you have ever desired more time in class, Blended Learning provides a solution. CFEI offers a development course for Faculty. It answers the question, “What is Blended Learning”? It contains instructional integration, best practices, and building tools. Faculty can register for the …

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White Paper: The Flipped Classroom

Students increasingly expect a classroom experience that helps them develop knowledge for themselves, not just passively receive one-dimensional information.

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