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SDSU Kicks off its Learning Stories on Course Design Luncheons

Posted by: Suzanne Aurilio
Date: 2/27/2008 9:35 am
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The Learning Stories Luncheon series is part of their Course Design Institute. It's a vehicle come together, hear from Faculty Fellows and have a conversation about course (re)design.

To participate in the conversation online, go to the CDI blog at
http://sdsu-pict-cdi.org

Presenters
Jesse Dixon, Recreation, Parks, and Tourism
Rec 304 124 students
“My intent was to create a learning community centered around Blackboard as an “Eplatform” and redesigned teaching strategies. . . .”

Vinod Sasidharan, Recreation, Parks, and Tourism
Rec 404 75 students
“Students enjoyed having BlackBoard as a “one-stop-shop” portal for all class-related needs. Traditional forms of papers were described by students as being “not very enriching.” Overall, I think students enjoyed the utilization of technology for meeting Learning Outcomes. . . . ”

Tim Wulfemeyer, Journalism and Media Studies
JMS 200 420 students
‘We changed the structure/format of JMS 200 dramatically. We incorporated traditional lectures with F2F and online discussion sections. We had 20 such sections that were monitored by teaching assistants. . . .”

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