At Inside Teaching, our network is committed to providing you with not only ideas and strategies, but also the concrete, practical examples of these ideas and strategies in practice. Over time, and with your help, we hope to build a repository of actual classroom “artifacts” connected to what we talk about on our blog. These “artifacts” could include, links, planning documents, a variety of both formative and/or summative assessments, teaching slides, and/or facilitation tools from across disciplines.
|Facilitating Difficult Dialogues: In light of the upcoming presidential election, the climate in the classroom has the potential to be difficult. These resources were curated with the collaboration of Paulette Granberry-Russell of the Office of Inclusion and Intercultural Initiatives, Melissa McDaniels of The Graduate School, and Jim Lucas of the Office of the Associate Provost of Undergraduate Education.|
|Creating Stop Motion Videos: Videos are a great environment to play with multiple modes of representation. It allows you to create a visual field of play for different modalities, like aural, gestural, temporal, etc. and control how you want to present a certain topic. Even better is Stop Motion animation because it gives you a lot of freedom to present any idea, including the ones where you can even break the laws of physics.|