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Landscaping 101

Just like a well-planned garden, effective teaching involves careful landscaping.

While investigating these concepts we’ll be introduced to our first tool of the workshop – OneNote 2010 – right away.  We'll use OneNote as a place to store your notes throughout the two days in a collaborative space so that at the end of the 2nd day, it will be easy for your group to organize a presentation. See how you could use OneNote with your students as well!

Jeff Boyer from the College of Math and Sciences will share "the Four C's" to give us a foundation to build upon.

The Four C's:

  • Create
  • Collaborate
  • Communicate
  • Curate

Jeff will show us how important it is for instructors to be comfortable with at least one technology tool for each of the four C's.

Tap Your Roots - Using Prezi for dynamic presentations

Pollinating Your Garden - Check out the new Collaborate!

Garden Club Tour - choose two different breakout sessions

 Get Your Hands Dirty - apply what you've learned!

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