Friday, October 31, 2014

Teaching and Learning Links to See: October 31st, 2014

Happy Halloween, USF Community!

Teaching & Learning Links to See This Week
A roundup of five intriguing or informative posts and articles from the around the internet:

"Texting in Class: Extent, Attitudes, Other Interesting Information"
Some hard data on the occurrence of texting in college classes and student beliefs related to texting in class. 

"How Relearning Old Concepts Alongside New Ones Makes It All Stick"
A look at the concept of interleaving can be used to enhance the learning process (note: this article features USF psychologist Doug Rohrer!)

"Survey of Faculty Views on Technology"
A look at the current outlook on educational technology from a representative sample of faculty and academic technology administrators.

"Why One Professor Thinks Academics Should Write 'Buzzfeed Style Scholarship' "
Can condensing research into a 'listicle'-style article help students?

"Using Attendance Questions to Build Community, Enhance Teaching"
How to turn the monotonous process of taking attendance into an opportunity to engage with students.

Do you know of an interesting article that you would like to share with the ATLE community? Let us know! Email

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