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Session attendees will learn how to use free online tools to create simple and fun active learning activities perfect for any classroom.
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    2011 OATYC Conference

    Ohio Association of Two-Year Colleges (OATYC)


    44th Annual Conference "Active Learning: Having Fun in the Classroom"


    Lima, Ohio
    October, 21, 2011

    Making Learning Active! Help Your Students Stay Motivated Using Web 2.0


    Session 1

    9:30-10:15

    Melissa Bauer
    mbauer10@kent.edu

    Sara Klink
    sklink@starkstate.edu  

     

    Make Learning Active!

    Presentation Abstract:

    When students seem more engaged with their cell phones than you, it’s time to put this love of technology to use in the classroom.  Web 2.0 tools are simple and fun ways to incorporate active learning into traditional and online classrooms.  We will share activities and tools that encourage active learning strategies.  Learn how to use Twitter, Animoto, Wallwisher, Voki, and more! Instead of having your students turn off and tune out engage them with technology in the classroom.  Attendees will leave with a list of free online tools and the knowledge to successfully introduce active learning strategies.

     

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    Feel free to contact us with any questions about the presentation or this LibGuide. 

              
    emailMelissa Bauer
    Kent State University at Stark 
    mbauer10@kent.edu

    emailSara Klink
    Stark State College  
    sklink@starkstate.edu

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