Using Technology for Creative Communication with Students

Wednesday, February 27, 2019 | 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm | CETLS, S510D

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  • Shane Snipes (Business Management)
  • Deniz Gokcora (Academic Literacy and Linguistics)
  • Chris Stein (Media Arts and Technology)
  • John Capo (Business Management)

Facilitator: Miguel Fiolhais (Sciences)

Technology is increasingly being used in the classroom as an instructional tool. Whether it’s a way of reaching your students, whose attention is drawn to their handheld devices, or a method of providing feedback on different types of assignments, there are many ways to use technology as a communication tool in and outside of the classroom.

In this brown bag discussion, guest panelists will share specific technologies and strategies they have used to connect with students. We look forward to a rich discussion of how we can creatively use technology in our courses.


RSVP to cetls@bmcc.cuny.edu.

Can’t attend in person? Please let us know in advance if you plan to participate via Zoom.

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This session is part of a faculty-led “brown bag” series on pedagogy that takes place once a month in CETLS, and was organized by the CETLS Advisory Board Teaching and Learning group:

• Evelin Gamarra-Martinez (Modern Languages)
• Monica Foust (Social Sciences, Human Services, and Criminal Justice)
• Catherine Mbewe (Nursing)
• Jennifer Delfino (Academic Literacy and Linguistics)
• Miguel Fiolhais (Sciences)
• Eliza Osae-Kwapong (E-Learning)

Each meeting will focus on a specific topic related to teaching and learning. We will discuss effective teaching strategies as well as challenges in a non-formal environment. Please bring your own lunch!




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