Welcome to the teaching with technology video page. TILT records all the teaching with technology workshops for later viewing. Check our site for a schedule of upcoming Teaching with Technology workshops.
Avoiding the PowerNap: Strategies for Active Learning with PowerPoint
This seminar describes a series of strategies for engaging students when PowerPoint presentations are needed in the classroom.
Engaging Students and Creating Community
Brian Jones leads this Teaching with Technology workshop in Fall 2007
Enhancing Spatial Awareness Skills using Google SketchUp
Teaching spatial visualization skills is a priority in Construction Management (CM) education. This session will address the use of 3-Dimensional models—often generated with Building Information Modeling software—to enhance the learning experience.
Ensuring Access to Learning: Strategies for Enhancing Classroom and Web-based Presentations
Craig Spooner and Cath Stager-Kilcommons leads this Teaching with Technology workshop in Fall 2007
Game On! Engaging Students through Play-Oriented Learning
This presentation will discuss using games of various types—from in-class trivia to Second Life—to create an engaging and self-directed learning environment where students can not only read about a topic but actually experience, interact with, and even build it themselves.
How to Create and Use Online Video Content to Benefit Student Learning
Dave Alciatore leads this Teaching with Technology workshop in Fall 2007.
Improving Student Success Through Mastery Learning
Shaun Beaty presents this workshop on Improving Student Success Through Mastery Learning at the spring 2008 Teaching with Technolgy series.
On-Line Technologies and Student Privacy Issues
Pat Burns Leads this teaching with technology panel discussion in Fall 2007
Prezi: Zooming away from Death-by-PowerPoint
This presentation takes a look at Prezi's basic platform—showing 10 + ways that Prezi encourages us to breathe life back into what we have to say in the classroom and beyond.
Respecting Diverse Ways of Learning
David Greene leads this Teaching with Technology workshop in Fall 2007.
Searchable, Talking PDFs
Who's not familiar with PDF files? They're portable —thus the name: Portable Document Files—they preserve fonts and formatting, and are great for printing.
Strategies for the More-Active Lecture
Sue Deins presents this workshop at the 2008 Professional Development Institute.
Student 2.0: Changing behaviors & demand
James Folkestad presents this workshop at the 2008 Professional Development Institute.
Sympodium to the Rescue
Dr. Al Powell demonstrates how a Sympodium can create and visually project real-time notes and how, with a couple of mouse clicks, can save the whole presentation in PDF format.
Technologies to Make a Big Class Seem Smaller
In this session, Brian Jones will share examples and insights gleaned from twelve years of experience teaching large lecture classes to a changing population of students.
The Potential of Plagiarism Detection Software
Mike Palmquist leads this Teaching with Technology Workshop, Fall 2007
Using ePortfolios to Engage and Assess Students
Mike Palmquist leads this Teaching with Technology workshop in Fall 2007.