celebrates its second year! Congratulations to all those faculty and staff that made Learning Communities great this year. Groups included Belongingness, New Faculty, e-Portfolio, Coaching, and Collaboration for Universal Design. Participants in the Belongingness LC group brainstormed ways to create a greater sense of “belongingness” for students at NMC. In addition to reading Terrell L.… Continue Reading Learning Communities Celebrates Its Second Year!
Author Archive | Kay Harris
GoPRO’s serve many instructor and student needs Jason Slade has met the assessment challenge by using GoPRO’s (cameras that attach to your body) with his RAM120 robotics students. He has figured out all kinds of uses for the GoPro that help not only students but instructors as well. Check it out his Sharing Showcase video.… Continue Reading Sharing Showcase – Jason Slade Using GoPro’s
A collection of videos celebrating best practices of NMC faculty and staff! Appearing January 9, the Sharing Showcase web-page will open with a growing collection of 2 to 3 minute videos within categories such as: Active learning. Engagement. Using technology. Building community. Course design. Assessment and engaging local resources. Do you have an idea you… Continue Reading Announcing Sharing Showcase
Interested in VoiceThread? VoiceThread is a program that students can use to produce presentations online where peers and the instructor can view and record comments by speaking and/or writing. Kay and Laura are writing an innovation grant to pilot VoiceThread for this Spring 2017 and are looking for additional faculty to join this project. Interested?… Continue Reading VoiceThread Innovation Grant
Announcing six new learning community groups to NMC for 2016-2017. It is not too late to join a group. Most groups will meet about once a month for six months. Click here to see the complete group lists. Enjoy the time with colleagues and explore a new area of interest. All staff and faculty are welcome.… Continue Reading Welcoming New Learning Communities for 2016-2107