CTLT Dialogues

The Blog of the Center for Teaching & Learning with Technology

Understanding Quality Design

Posted by ctlt on May 21, 2009

The Sixth Annual TNT Institute began this morning in the New Academic Building, on the College at Florham campus of FDU. After registration and welcome remarks by Catherine Kelley and Sandra Selick, we played a problem-solving game called “Six Facets of Understanding.” The game consisted of a scoring sheet and a PowerPoint presentation that contained short embedded video clips from a number of recent popular films. The activity asked participants to judge which facet or facets of understanding could best be discussed using that video clip as a source for good examples for discussion. In other words, the underlying question was what might make a video clip a good example for discussing facets of understanding.


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