CTLT Dialogues

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TNT Institute 2010

The Seventh Annual Teaching with New Technology Institute took place on the Metro campus during Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, May 19th, 20th, and 21st.

The Future Is Now

Wednesday, May 19th
Registration
Breakfast
Welcome by Catherine Kelley and Sandra Selick,
Center for Teaching and Learning with Technology

A video presentation from “Growing Up Online” Frontline PBS

Kickoff Activity
“Seven Principles for Good Practice”
A problem-solving game
The Teaching and Learning Center

Keynote Address
“Preparing Our Students for a Digital Nation”
Steve Maher
Chatham High School

Lunch

Session A
“Blogging? Publishing? Portfolios? Webpages? WordPress?”
The Teaching and Learning Center

Session B
“What Is the Perfect Chocolate Chip Cookie?”
Marlene Rosenbaum
Fairleigh Dickinson University &
The Teaching and Learning Center

Thursday, May 20th
Registration

Session C
“Cloud Computing”
Allen Debren
University College &
The Teaching and Learning Center

Session D
“Social Media”
The Teaching and Learning Center

Lunch

Virtual Presentation
“The Social Media Classroom”
Howard Rheingold
Stanford University and the University of California – Berkeley

Session E
“Geographic Storytelling” (Google Earth)
The Teaching and Learning Center

Friday, May 21st
Registration
Breakfast and a video presentation – “Digital Nation” Frontline PBS

Session F
“Mobile Learning”
Manish Wadhwa
Office of Academic Technologies

Sandra Selick
The Teaching and Learning Center

Presentation
“Pedagogical Strategies Incorporating Global Learning into the Curriculum”
Diana Cvitan
Global Learning

Lunch & Prizes

Closing comments by Catherine Kelley, Sandra Selick, and Manish Wadhwa
Center for Teaching and Learning with Technology

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