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Classes at A-State Resume on Wednesday, Jan. 17

Classes at A-State will resume on Wednesday, Jan. 17. 

While most of campus is cleared of snow, black ice or patches of snow may remain. Please exercise caution tomorrow on campus.

For commuters, if your local conditions are still hazardous, refer to the Provost's Inclement Weather Policy.

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Teaching and Learning Workshops

ITTC offers a range of classes to help faculty grow, improve, and to make the best use of technology.

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Check out the latest schedule and register for ITTC Faculty Center training sessions through our Scheduler.

CDLC

The course Development Life Cycle (CDLC) is a process for quality course design and development, created by the ITTC. The CDLC provides a framework for quality course design by focusing on 8 pillars:

1) Explore and Understand Possibilities.
2) Course Planning
3) Unit Lesson and Design
4) Quality Review
5) Unit, Lesson and Material Preparation
6) Course Delivery
7) Assessment of Student Learning and,
8) Evaluation of instructor and course outcome.

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Blackboard Learn

Blackboard Learn is a course management application designed to enhance teaching and learning. The Blackboard course management e-learning system enables instructors to build and customize course offerings. In addition, students enrolled with Blackboard become engaged in an interactive learning environment.

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Flipped Classroom

Concepts and activities to enrich teaching in a dynamic and engaging way. This helps to find and apply research-based concepts that change traditional methods of teaching. In other words, learn how to “turn your traditional classroom on its head.

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SmarterMeasure Assessment

Taking or teaching an online course can be a challenge. ASU's Online Teaching and Learning Readiness Assessment can help you to gain an understanding of your strengths and weaknesses related to online learning.

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