Student Tech Share: Productivity
Pedagogy Now
by STCs
9M ago
As end of semester deadlines approach, we want to get as much as we can out of our study time. How can technology help us "work smarter?" Tune in to hear an excerpt from a conversation we had with students on the CU Boulder campus on this very topic. Sign up for an email reminder for our next conversation, or add to the conversation about "Connection" or "Productivity" technologies. Transcript link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/11IPqKd7PcanW1NZ23zt8H8-YV9uY2D_7PMeBPzpCl7M/edit?usp=sharing [Re]defining Success (Four Tendencies): https://www.colorado.edu/assett/redefining-success Hacking t ..read more
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Emerge: Developing Metacognitive Strategies for Student Success
Pedagogy Now
by STCs
1y ago
In this podcast, members of the ASSETT Innovation Incubator discuss how metacognitive practices or “thinking about thinking” can increase student success. They share tested practices that are easy to implement in the classroom or for students to adopt independently or with a study partner ..read more
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Emerge: Reacting to the Past
Pedagogy Now
by STCs
1y ago
Instructors Catherine Kunce, Michaele Ferguson, and David Paradis and students Olivia Bulik and Brenna Bythewood discuss their experiences with Reacting to the Past (RTTP), a series of immersive classroom role-playing games designed for use in higher education. Learn about the options for role-playing games in the classroom, the benefits it could have for your students, and the RTTP resources available for you though CU Boulder. Provided by ASSETT's Innovation Incubator with assistance from the Student Technology Consultants. Voiceovers by Blair Young and Matara Hitchcock ..read more
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Overloaded: Conclusion
Pedagogy Now
by STCs
1y ago
No one could have predicted that the world would face what it has faced this past year, and no one could begin to understand how this would affect our lives. Speaking with students, all with different majors, grades, and experiences, I sought to look at how they all adapted and adjusted their expectations with regard to school and technology. Everyone faced increased technology use, and though some of us tried to limit this, it wasn’t easy. As the semester wraps up, and we all prepare to return to a semi-normal life as a student, it seems that everyone will be ready to set aside the challenges ..read more
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Overloaded: Episode 5
Pedagogy Now
by STCs
1y ago
In the final edition of this podcast, I spoke with one more student about how their educational experience has been impacted this past year ..read more
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Overloaded: Episode 4
Pedagogy Now
by STCs
1y ago
I spoke with a freshman student about how their habits changed when the pandemic began ..read more
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Overloaded: Episode 3
Pedagogy Now
by STCs
1y ago
In this edition of the podcast, I spoke with a second year student about comparing their experience this year to their experience last year ..read more
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Overloaded: Episode 2
Pedagogy Now
by STCs
1y ago
In this episode I spoke with two students, a freshman and a sophomore, about how their college experience is living up to their expectations.  ..read more
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Overloaded: Episode 1
Pedagogy Now
by STCs
1y ago
This episode includes my conversation with a freshman majoring in international affairs.  ..read more
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Overloaded: Introduction
Pedagogy Now
by STCs
1y ago
I never suspected over half my time at college in Boulder would be spent at a computer screen, and I am confident I was not alone in this supposition. Nevertheless, college students all around the world were snatched from classrooms and isolated from ‘normal’ thanks to the pandemic sweeping the globe. In this podcast, I’ll share conversations I’ve had with other college students. In these discussions it was my goal to learn not only about the effects of increased screen time, but also how student’s have managed them. Online schooling forces me to be on my laptop approximately ten hours a day ..read more
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