This Summer, join the CETL for a fun weekly reading and group discussion of Alan Colins and Richard Halverson’s Rethinking Education in the Age of Technology. The Digital Revolution and Schooling in America.
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Personally, I’ve had success with having students ONLY submit their papers to Turnitin and not giving me physical copies. I liked this approach because: It saves students a few cents in printing costs and reduces paper consumption in general. I was able to give better feedback faster. Using the Grademark sets, I was able to quickly drag [...]
We left yesterday’s post with two maxims: Turnitin needs to be integrated into the course. Students need to be aware of it, know how it works, and how you are using it. Beyond that, I’d also add: Turnitin can be a powerful teaching tool. In order to better integrate Turnitin, begin thinking about it when [...]
The final weeks of the semester saw a flurry of requests for Turnitin Accounts. Most of those emails read something like “My students are about to turn in their final papers. Can I get a Turnitin account?” or “My students have already turned in their final papers and I think they’ve plagiarized. Can I get a Turnitin [...]
This Summer, join the CETL for a fun weekly reading and group discussion of Alan Colins and Richard Halverson’s Rethinking Education in the Age of Technology. The Digital Revolution and Schooling in America. Meetings will be held weekly at the CETL office or other physical locations as well as virtually via Google Hangout. Participants will [...]
This infographic illustrates 4 stages in which technology integrates in learning in order to be transformative and disruptive. From directed (dependent on a teacher’s lead) to self-directed.