Intentional Tech: Presentation by Derek Bruff √§ *Ͼ
Explore teaching principles for matching tech to pedagogy
Intentional Tech: Principles to Guide
the Use of Educational Technology in College Teaching
Chalkboards and projectors are familiar tools for most college faculty, but when new technologies become available, instructors aren’t always sure how to integrate them into their teaching in meaningful ways. As faculty interested in supporting student learning survey the changing landscape of technology, determining what’s possible and what’s useful can be challenging. In this session, we’ll explore several teaching principles for matching technology to pedagogy, principles that can help us make intentional and effective use of technology in our teaching.
Bruff is director of the Vanderbilt University Center
for Teaching and a principal senior lecturer in the Vanderbilt
Department of Mathematics. As director, he oversees the Center’s
programming and offerings for faculty and graduate students, helping them
develop foundational teaching skills and explore new ideas in teaching and
learning. He also consults regularly with campus leaders about pedagogical
issues, seeking to foster a university culture that supports effective
Bruff is the author of Intentional Tech: Principles to Guide the Use of Educational Technology in College Teaching (West Virginia University Press, 2019) and Teaching with Classroom Response Systems: Creating Active Learning Environments (Jossey-Bass, 2009). His scholarly interests include educational technology and faculty development, and he writes about these and other topics on his blog, Agile Learning. Bruff is also producer and host of the podcasts Leading Lines, VandyVox, and One-Time Pod.
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* Part of Provost's New Faculty Lunch series - all faculty are welcome
√ Counts toward ALIT Certificate
§ Counts towards INNOVATE Certificate
Ͼ CIRTL graduate students are invited to attend