Digital Identity, teaching

Fall 2017 Twitter Engagement in Psychology

Last fall, in physio psych, I asked students to tweet once per week about the course or related material. It was low stakes and, in general, quite successful and enjoyable. This fall, with a larger number of students and intro level courses, I am trying a different approach. I am not requiring students tweet, but… Continue reading Fall 2017 Twitter Engagement in Psychology

Digital Identity, teaching

Reflecting on past uses of digital tools in my courses

I have used non-typical digital tools as a key course element in two courses. By non-typical, I mean a digital tool that isn’t frequently used by instructors in higher education, based on my experience. For example, Moodle and similar Learning Management Systems are fairly typical. First, I used a course blog hosted on wordpress for… Continue reading Reflecting on past uses of digital tools in my courses