Using telepresence devices to bring online and face-to-face students closer Watch an interview with Chris Greenhow and the students of CEP 901b as they reflect on the use of robotic telepresence devices like the Kubi and the Double in synchronous shared hybrid learning experiences.”That’s what we’re trying to explore here,” Greenhow says, “and I think we’re one of […]
Hybrid courses are starting to come in all shapes and sizes in the College of Education and if Dr. Chris Greenhow’s CEP 901b course is any indication, that means innovating the ways in which online and on-campus participants interact.
This semester Chris is teaching a course with 12 students online and 1 student face-to-face. Her interaction strategy for each class mixes large group seminar discussions with small group sessions based on student research teams. The question is, how do Chris and her students move between these two styles of in-class interaction without losing focus on the content of the course (or each other)?
Faculty and staff from the College of Education and other MSU institutions experienced the College’s latest innovation in space and technology when they attended an Open House for Room 132 in Erickson Hall. The redesigned room is the result of collaboration between members of the CEPSE faculty, the Dean’s Office, and the CEPSE/COE Design Studio. […]
All faculty are invited to attend the College of Education annual technology conference on Saturday, November 15th from 8:30 am – 3:00 pm. Attend all or part of the conference to learn how instructional technology is being used in K-12 classrooms. Teachers, ISD and district technology integrationists, and faculty from peer institutions in lower Michigan are the primary presenters, sharing their experience and success with integrating technology into the classroom in a meaningful and pedagogically sound way.
Could “robots” be part of the future of synchronous hybrid learning classrooms? Christine Greenhow and the students of CEP 956 think so. The class – a doctoral course on Mind, Social Media, and Society – recently experimented with devices designed to give online students more control over their in-class visual and interactive experiences.
Please join Terri Gustafson on Thursday, October 9th for a lunch and learn event to learn more about Echo360’s room capture system, personal capture software, and external media hosting solution. There will be a review of the advantage of each feature and how instructors can use a lecture capture active learning solution to give students a personalized education using video, polls, quizzes and analytics to know what their students don’t know.