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Learning truth or learning myth: Can you tell the difference? 
New study explores neuromyths and evidence-based practices in higher education

 


In an international study published this October, the Online Learning Consortium examined “awareness” of neuromyths, general knowledge about the brain, and evidence-based practices in higher education institutions. Before you read the study in full, see if you can identify some of the myths.
 
TEST YOURSELF

Ever thought about teaching with video?
Join us for lunch and learn the art of teaching on camera



Wednesday 13 November, 12.30-1.30pm @ KMC 4-120

In this hands-on workshop we’ll explore how to create teaching videos that promote meaningful learning. Whether you’re recording a short video with a webcam in your office, or developing a series of interactive online videos in Stern’s studio, we’ll discuss how to get comfortable taking your teaching from the classroom to the camera.  RSVP for lunch.


You should attend if:

  • You’d like to experiment with video content in your course, but haven’t found the time yet
  • You’re interested in developing “legacy” materials for your course that you can use and re-use each semester
  • You’re curious about how educational videos can be effective learning tools for students
  • You’re looking to develop confidence teaching on camera
SAVE YOUR SPOT

Are you ready to host a Zoom session?
Download our checklist to make sure things run smoothly

 

In our last workshop we talked about strategies to avoid common pitfalls in Zoom sessions like background noise, one-way communication, and passive participation. If you'll be hosting a Zoom session in the future, bookmark our checklist of things to do before, during, and after your Zoom session. We're also available if you'd like to run a practice session. Just reply to this email. 
 
GET THE CHECKLIST

Send us your questions
Do you have a teaching, technology, or design-related question?

  • Trying to think of a better way to introduce students to a topic?
  • Looking for a fresh pair of eyes on your teaching slides?
  • Interested in knowing more about learning from a cognitive perspective?
Send us your questions! We can help problem solve with practical, evidence-based learning strategies. 
 

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