H/T to Kaci Resau for sharing a link to an online version of “Intentional Tech: Principles to Guide the Use of Educational Technology in College Teaching“, our Winter 2021 selection for the Pedagogy, Books, and Java book club: https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/wlu/detail.action?docID=5910154.
BONUS! You can even download up to 69 pages as a PDF to read on your laptop/computer/mobile device/tablet!
There’s still space for additional faculty and/or staff members to join PB&J and receive a free paperback copy of the book. Please contact Helen MacDermott and sign up for our three Zoom meetings — all at 12:30 PM EST on Jan 21, Feb 16, and Mar 11, 2021 — at go.wlu.edu/pedagogy.
With the multitude of educational technology options available, it’s not easy to decide which to use and when.
Derek Bruff, Director of the Vanderbilt University Center for Teaching, argues that it should be our teaching and learning goals that drive our choice of technology, NOT the other way around. In “Intentional Tech”, Bruff provides 7 research-based principles for matching technology to pedagogy and expands on each principle by providing examples of implementation from real faculty.
We’ll meet via Zoom 3 times: Thursday, Jan 21; Tuesday, Feb 16; and Thursday, Mar 11 at 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM EST. In order to best facilitate a lively discussion, we are capping enrollment to 20.
Interested in reading and discussing “Intentional Tech” with us and your colleagues? Sign up at go.wlu.edu/intentionaltech and contact Helen MacDermott at email@example.com for a copy of the book.