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Teach programming and engineering with Lego Mindstorms Robotics kits and open-source software. This tutorial is one of... see more

The Mindset Kit was created by The Project for Education Research that Scales (PERTS), a research center in the... see more

This is a journal article published in Journal of Interactive Media in Education. The author suggests that games are... see more

An excellent introductory article on teaching with technology for beginners. Includes useful examples backed up by... see more

This paper contains some very practical tips for using audio feedback in online courses. It reports the findings of a... see more

This site was designed to assist professors in teaching cases as well as student in using cases in the classroom. The... see more

This article reviews many ways you can enhance students with learning disabilities to write better by using technology.... see more

According to the publisher, 'Using videoconferencing for teaching and learning demands an “imaginative leap” (suggested... see more

This site provides support and inspiration for implementing Writing Across the Curriculum in college classrooms across... see more

This is an excellent site that answers the following questions: What is Inquiry? Why Teach Inquiry? What features... see more

Tnis is an excerpt from a paper in process by Ron Deiter, Professor of Economics, netitled "What's So Funny About... see more

This resource is a set of thirty-five slide presentation on the flipped classroom, given at the University of Denver... see more

Download the supporting PDF file for this episode http://bit.ly/fhEFBn from the Learning to Teach Online project website.... see more

Bill Klien, Professor of English (University of Missouri St. Louis), discusses his experience of creating a learning... see more

Carl Hoagland. Professor of Education (University of Missouri St. Louis), discusses his experience of implementing... see more

Professor, Louise Krasniewicz (University of Pennsylvania), discusses her experience of using video projects in her... see more

This article on flipping the classroom, posted on the Vanderbilt University Center for Teaching website, contains a brief... see more

Wondering how to flip the classroom—and, more specifically, if you should flip your classroom? Listen to the Flipping the... see more

This is a short, self-paced tutorial on how to teach languages on the internet. It has four modules: About Technology,... see more

The website provides the “what is”, “why”, and the “how to” explanations for using simulations as an effective... see more

Download the supporting PDF file for this episode http://bit.ly/bobJOD from the Learning to Teach Online project website.... see more

This series of videos will guide the learner through a step-by-step process in the design of a syllabus. Emphasis will be... see more

Information Systems faculty member Paul Beckman (San Francisco State University) discusses his experience applying the... see more

What do you think of this resource? Please click http://svy.mk/e6BP1G to complete a quick survey. Download the supporting... see more