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Teaching naked techniques : a practical guide to designing better classes

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Kirtland Community College Library LB 2806.15 .B69 2017 30775305532096 General Collection Available -

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  • ISBN: 9781119136118
  • ISBN: 1119136113
  • Physical Description: print
    xxxiv, 229 pages ; 28 cm
  • Publisher: San Francisco, CA : Jossey-Bass, [2017]

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Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note: Transparency and clearer targets -- Finding online content for first exposure -- Creating your own digital content -- Instructions and entry point -- Online exams to improve student preparation for class -- Preclass assignments -- Massively better classrooms and the classroom surprise -- Critical thinking, metacognition, and cognitive wrappers -- Grading and feedback -- E-communication -- Integrated courses and sequence -- Integrative learning and integrated experiences -- Being a superhero: pedagogy as human relationships.
Summary, etc.: "Technology provides new ways for students to receive first contact with material, enhanced opportunities to connect and create community, better ways to ensure that students are prepared for class, and new options for the sequence of learning encounters and activities. Teaching Naked is really about rethinking the how, where, when, and what of technology. José Bowen's Teaching Naked Cycle provides higher education professionals with a practical, student-centered way to increase opportunities for interactivity. Teaching Naked Techniques helps higher education faculty create more effective and engaging lessons--or groups of lessons--on a wide range of topics. Based on Bowen's Teaching Naked Cycle, the book focuses on each step of class preparation from the student's perspective. There is a chapter on each step in the cycle with an abundance of discipline-specific examples (10-20 for each concept) plus additional resources. The book helps faculty take the first step in adopting this new pedagogy; by the final chapter, readers will learn how to implement larger (e.g. entire course) redesign projects."--
Subject: Curriculum planning
Educational technology
Blended learning
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