SPIN 2024

Following an activity on digital literacy — and, specifically, research in a time of information abundance — SPIN participants were invited to create creative “takeaways” about important lessons or themes […]

Guest Speaker Dave Cormier started the SPIN 2024 program off with a provocation about information literacy in a time of information abundance.

Presenter: Aimee Pascale Many active engagement strategies are evidence-based to support retention, learning, and the student experience. Learn about a few quick, easy to implement active engagement strategies conducive to […]

Presenter: Brad Moser During the Spring 2023 semester, I trialed a 7-week student-designed, measurement-based project to reengage my students in introductory physics. This was a big success! I’ve extended this […]

Presenter: Jessie Chapman Checking in is a classroom engagement tool I have carried over from my work in professional and educational theatre settings. It effectively uses the first five minutes […]

Presenter: Nic Helms How might we design our courses with neurodivergent students in mind? This presentation will focus on Canvas and syllabus course construction, and will build on the ungrading […]

Presenter: Nat Tuck Typically programming assignments are given as homework and students are allowed to use arbitrary online resources as long as they don’t directly plagiarize. This semester I tried […]

Presenter: Alison Mitchell I will share an assignment and module I experimented with in my Fall 2023 semester Social Work Research Methods course. I decided to tackle the generative AI, […]

Directly after the formal SPIN program, the faculty of HoME led a session on teaching HoME courses. The following resources were shared and discussed in the session: TWP and INCP […]

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