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Chopped ID: Students Engaged in Gamification to Enhance Advanced Instructional Design Techniques
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The Food Network's television show Chopped pits chefs against each other, in a three-round battle, to create their best appetizer, entrĂ©e, and dessert. Facing master chef judges, the chef participants present their dishes with one chef chopped (elim…

Applying UDL to Online Active Learning
Applying UDL to Online Active Learning

In online environments, active learning techniques can facilitate varied ways that learners engage and enact skill development, understandings, and connections across concepts. The Universal Design for Learning (UDL) framework supports providing opti…

Types of Communication
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LEARNING OBJECTIVES Identify characteristics and examples of synchronous communication. Identify characteristics and examples of asynchronous communication. Identify questions to answer when considering new communications technologies. …

The Handoff: Transitioning from Synchronous to Asynchronous Teaching
The Handoff: Transitioning from Synchronous to Asynchronous Teaching

Variety in teaching modes can benefit students, and paying attention to the transitions is as important as choosing the best mode for learning activities.…

Faculty Perceptions of Using  Synchronous Video-based Communication Technology
Faculty Perceptions of Using Synchronous Video-based Communication Technology

Online learning has traditionally relied on asynchronous text-based communication. The COVID-19 pandemic, though, has provided many faculty members with new and/or additional experience using synchronous video-based communication. Questions remain, t…