A Look at International Economies: Digitizing China’s Development

The most precious treasure of learning is not the teaching of the instructor; it is the students’ own motivation and effort. This project utilizes Wordpress resources available to Rollins (through social.rollins.edu), the help provided by a team of instructional technology, pedagogy, and library staff, and a FITI grant, to develop an …

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Exploring Religions with Virtual Reality

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Art, Creativity, and Video Tutorials

Making the tutorials helped me better understand how I teach, what I teach, and how I might improve my teaching. Supported by a grant from the Associated Colleges of the South in 2014, “The Visual Journal Project: Developing Blended Learning Course Design in Studio Art” enabled me to reimagine the …

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Training, Tech, and the Child Development Center (CDC)

Be ready to relinquish the role of “expert” and become a guide and partner in learning. As part of a Technology FITI Grant, in Fall 2015, Dr. Carnahan and student Georyana Santos videotaped many short vignettes of best practices in adult child interaction at our on-campus Child Development Center. In …

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