Do you teach courses or training for professionals on these topics?
- social, group, team, and/or collaborative learning
- developing teams and partnerships
- teaching and learning theories
- instructional design
- learning activity, project, or assignment design
- mapping for learning project design
- teaching roles and practices
- facilitation roles and practices
- assessment strategies
- teaching online, blended, and/or face-to-face
- teaching in a flipped classroom
- teaching workshops or seminars outside of academia
- problem- or project-based learning
- experiential learning
- community internships, field, or service-learning
Learning to Collaborate, Collaborating to Learn offers theoretical foundations educators need to understand and situate collaborative learning within program and curricular goals. It offers the practical, step-by-step guidance educators need to design, plan, map, facilitate, and assess collaborative activities.
Knowledge, skills and attitudes associated with being able to work with others across geographical, organizational, social and cultural boundaries are now more important than ever. Help current and future educators prepare to use collaborative learning and enable their students to learn to collaborate, while collaborating to learn!
If you are looking for a cutting-edge qualitative text, search no more!
Help your students broaden and update their ideas about qualitative research. Offer learning experiences that help them learn how to reach across the globe– or across town– to collect data with visually-rich, interactive online interviews.
Find teaching materials including syllabi, videos and worksheets here!
Thinking about a qualitative research methods course update for the digital age? Doing Qualitative Research Online covers ethical and theoretical foundations, as well as a wide range of approaches to collect or generate data. In addition to finding appropriate extant data, the book encourages researchers to explore ways to elicit data online through interviews or focus groups, or to use enacted methods such as arts-based and experiential methods.
See the SAGE Publications companion site for instructional ideas including a sample syllabus, assignments, media, and (open access) articles.
From an instructor’s blog: “Everyone in the class liked the text. It is well organized, informative, and clearly written. There are great charts and tables throughout that illustrate the points being made, and students appreciated this component.”
Watch four SAGE Publications sessions from the Electronic Resources & Libraries conference: Marketing Resources, Communicating w/ Faculty, Video Use, & Active Learning. FYI, I am in two of them! See related SAGE Methodspace article, “A Case for Teaching Methods.”
Contact me for more info, or to share your own examples!