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Abstract

At many colleges and universities, traditional lectures are being augmented and/or replaced with a variety of learning technologies. When implemented effectively through collaboration between instructional technologists and faculty, technology has the potential to increase student engagement and transform the learning experience. In this presentation, Joe Montcalmo and Elizabeth Becker will share their experience transforming a Behavioral Neuroscience class and lab experience to incorporate eLearning and social media by including digital storytelling, iPads, and a partnership with local high school students. They will share not only the results of their collaboration, but also how the collaboration began, was developed, and how it serves as the foundation for an iterative, continuous improvement of learning outcomes.

Session

Session 6A. Creating Institutional Support for Blended Learning and Tech-Enabled Teaching

Location

Dalton 300

Event Website

http://psychology.sju.edu/beckerlab/

Start Date

5-21-2015 10:30 AM

End Date

5-21-2015 11:45 AM

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May 21st, 10:30 AM May 21st, 11:45 AM

Collaboration and the 3 Bears Approach to Iterative Development to Improve Learning Outcomes

Dalton 300

At many colleges and universities, traditional lectures are being augmented and/or replaced with a variety of learning technologies. When implemented effectively through collaboration between instructional technologists and faculty, technology has the potential to increase student engagement and transform the learning experience. In this presentation, Joe Montcalmo and Elizabeth Becker will share their experience transforming a Behavioral Neuroscience class and lab experience to incorporate eLearning and social media by including digital storytelling, iPads, and a partnership with local high school students. They will share not only the results of their collaboration, but also how the collaboration began, was developed, and how it serves as the foundation for an iterative, continuous improvement of learning outcomes.

http://repository.brynmawr.edu/blended_learning/2015/2015/32