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SOTL Reading Group: Creating Self-Regulated Learners, by Linda Nilson

Some of the topics we will discuss in the book group will include using self-regulated learning to open and close a course; for readings, lecture, meta-assignments; and incorporation into course design.

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New Tools for Student Engagement: Virtual Reality and Google Cardboard

Virtual reality is entering the mainstream culture and opportunities for use in education are gaining traction with immersive environments and low-cost gear such as Google Cardboard

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Allsop Uses Case Method Teaching to Prepare Students

Jared Allsop has used case method teaching in his recreational therapy assessment and planning course to better engage and prepare students for the course’s service-learning component

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