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Backchannels — instances that provide course members with supplemental communication space to hold a background conversation during synchronous sessions — have been used as a teaching and learning strategy in …
Download the transcript (PDF) Duke Learning Innovation co-hosted the 2021 Pandemic Pedagogy Research Symposium on May 5, alongside institutional partners the Center for Academic Innovation at the University of Michigan, …
The Bass Digital Education Fellowship program is a joint effort by Duke Learning Innovation and the Duke Graduate School that began in 2019. This academic year, the Digital Education program …
“What has impressed me the most about the use of emerging digital technologies in teaching and learning is the community of people open to collaboration and dialogue at Duke. I have learned so much from others who have implemented online or digital learning in their teaching.”
Duke Kunshan University
Ming Li is an associate professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at DKU. He employed “frequent quizzing” as one of his pedagogies when he taught Fall 2018 STATS 102 Introduction to Data Science. “The result-driven quiz allows students to make use of any resources they can reach but they have to give me the expected outcome within a short time,” Dr. Li stressed.
“The [Learning Innovation] Fellows Program provided me with the final framework needed from which to develop a dozen in-class Active Learning activities. These Active Learning activities provided a way to develop connections between the students and material that went beyond students simply listening and taking notes…”
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