ERIC Number: EJ521750
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 1996
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Technology Precipitates Reflective Teaching: An Instructional Epiphany [and] The Evolution of a Red Square.
Alley, Lee R.; Repp, Philip C.
Change, v28 n2 p48-54,56-57 Mar-Apr 1996
Two college educators offer their personal stories of adopting technology for college teaching in different disciplinary contexts (a physics course for nonmajors and a design course for interior designers and architects), and the process of redesigning curricula, rethinking instructional techniques, and revising student assessment accordingly. Both found the experience personally, professionally, and intellectually rewarding. (MSE)
Descriptors: College Faculty, College Instruction, Comparative Analysis, Computer Graphics, Curriculum Design, Distance Education, Higher Education, Information Technology, Intellectual Disciplines, Interior Design, Personal Narratives, Physics, Reflective Teaching, Science Instruction, Student Evaluation, Teacher Attitudes, Technological Advancement
Publication Type: Opinion Papers; Journal Articles
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