The dog days of summer are among us, with just under one month left before the first day of classes! While you’re trying to cool off in the shade somewhere, we hope you’re also able to make time for reflection and planning in preparation for the fall semester. Following July’s summer reading list on inclusive… Read more »
Posts By: Taylor Vinson
The summer is a great time to do some reflection and planning in preparation for the fall semester. In the spirit of supporting your fall prep efforts, we are excited to share a mid-summer reading list with you. This July, we’re sharing our favorite books on inclusive teaching and hope you’ll consider spending some time… Read more »
David Molk (Performing Arts) recently published his insights on why it’s important for academia to engage students in social justice work in and out of the classroom.
CNDLS is pleased to announce the Spring 2019 CNDLS TEL Colloquium cohort, “Designing for Context: Approaches to Blended Learning.”
Georgetown’s Nolan Bennett (Government) shares his experience bringing his students to the D.C. Central Treatment Facility with the help of a CNDLS Curriculum Enrichment Grant.
We are thrilled to welcome Dr. Phillip Long as a CNDLS Senior Scholar. Previously the Chief Innovation Officer for Project 2021 & the Associate Vice Provost at the University of Texas, Austin, Long’s work in the learning sciences focuses on emerging technologies and our cognitive interactions with them. This is the second post in… Read more »
EdSurge recently named Sarah Chamberlain, CNDLS Graduate Associate and a student in the inaugural cohort of the Master’s Program in Learning, Design, and Technology (LDT), a Fall EdSurge Independent Fellow. As part of her Fellowship, Chamberlain will write articles for EdSurge that discuss her studies in the LDT program and her associateship work with CNDLS developing… Read more »