Teaching with Technology: Notes from the Field
The use of technology for teaching and learning happens in a wide variety of ways. Some are relatively simple ways of managing information or facilitating discussions. Other approaches can be quite complex, using a growing array of tools and software programs to expand and deepen student engagement with important course material. The ATS Educational Technology Project Management Team has been soliciting names of people in ATS schools who are willing to share their teaching strategies using technology.
These field notes reflect what teachers are doing and will, hopefully, encourage others to experiment on their own when a technological application serves a good pedagogical purpose. This regular feature of the Web site encourages others to share their practice. What are you doing? What are you discovering? What works and what doesn’t.
Are the technical terms in these notes confusing? Use Google to get glossary definitions gathered from various online sources like Wikipedia.
Some of your colleagues have started a Resources for Seminaries blog.