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Lightboard recording gives students the opportunity to self-review

Dutton Institute Latest Blog Post - Fri, 09/13/2019 - 13:31

Do you find yourself explaining the same thing over and over? Try recording on a lightboard. A lightboard is a clear piece of glass that faculty write on while facing the camera. Students can see both your face and the diagrams and equations you are showing them. People often ask, “Do you need to write backwards?” Nope, the image is flipped electronically

Lightboard recording gives students the opportunity to self-review

Dutton Fac Dev Blog - Fri, 09/13/2019 - 13:31

Do you find yourself explaining the same thing over and over? Try recording on a lightboard. A lightboard is a clear piece of glass that faculty write on while facing the camera. Students can see both your face and the diagrams and equations you are showing them. People often ask, “Do you need to write backwards?” Nope, the image is flipped electronically

How to create an inclusive online class

Dutton Institute Latest Blog Post - Tue, 06/25/2019 - 15:55

At Penn State, we talk about the “All In” initiative ~ a commitment to diversity and inclusion in all areas of the University. This includes our online classrooms. Here are some ways to use language to create diverse and inclusive classroom environments for all students.

P.S. These tips are good for traditional face-to-face classrooms as well!

How to create an inclusive online class

Dutton Fac Dev Blog - Tue, 06/25/2019 - 15:55

At Penn State, we talk about the “All In” initiative ~ a commitment to diversity and inclusion in all areas of the University. This includes our online classrooms. Here are some ways to use language to create diverse and inclusive classroom environments for all students.

P.S. These tips are good for traditional face-to-face classrooms as well!

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