Resource Type: Video

The Power of Place: How Place-Centered Education is the Secret to raising a new Generation of Empowered Students screenshot from video

The Power of Place: How Place-Centered Education is the Secret to raising a new Generation of Empowered Students

Place-Based Education (PBE), so named by David Sobel, is a unique teaching technique that has been developing within the educational community. More than ever, teachers are looking to provide students with not only education, but the skills necessary to make use of it. PBE fills this need by using both the natural landscape and human […]

Teaching with Equity and Inclusion a row of chrysalises, some brown some green, hanging from a branch.

Teaching with Equity and Inclusion

How can our course designs and teaching practices evolve to respond proactively and effectively to social demands for equity and inclusion? Explore these resources from an October 2020 CoLab hosted event featuring PSU assistant professor of public health Suzanne Gaulocher and John Martin of University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Academic Technology division. Workshop Google Doc

HiFlex, Zoom, and Your Sanity

HiFlex, Zoom, and Your Sanity

Lots of faculty are trying new things in their teaching as we navigate COVID. From using Zoom more, to teaching online and f2f students simultaneously, to developing ways to connect with asynchronous learners, many of you are feeling overwhelmed and unsure about how it’s going. This check-in is designed to give you practical just-in-time techniques you can […]

Ungrading Webinar screen shot of webinar slide

Ungrading Webinar

Do you sometimes feel concerned that traditional approaches to grading undermine the pedagogical framework of your course? Are you interested in strategies for assessing student work and course performance that are more aligned with process-oriented, learner-centered, and collaborative ecosystems? In this webinar, faculty and students from Plymouth State will discuss their questions and experiences with […]