Graduate Teacher Program Technology Workshop Series
All workshops count toward GTP certificate requirements.
All graduate students, undergraduate teaching & learning assistants, postdoctoral fellows, faculty, and staff are welcome at GTP events and activities.
For further information, please call 303-492-4902.
Technology Workshop Archives
Analytics Tool in D2L: Do You Want to Know the Nitty Gritty about Connections in Your Course Statistics?
Mark Werner, Associate Director for Research, Office of Information Technology
Kate Allison, Research Assistant, OIT
This workshop provides an overview of terminology, methods, and reports that teachers can do on their own in D2L. The presenters also address D2L support that ITS can provide.
Participative Pedagogy through Technology: Introducing Gogy
Bret Fund, Associate Professor, Leeds School of Business
This session will explore how to incorporate additional student interaction during class lectures, using a new technology that enhances this traditional model.
Teaching the Digital Natives: Challenges and Opportunities Afforded by Technology
Edwige Simon, Assistant Director, ALTEC
Today’s students grew up hooked on digital media. How does this impact the teaching and learning transaction? (How) can teachers leverage today’s technology to create engaging and challenging learning experiences?
Staying Out Of Trouble or Blowing Their Minds? Using Technology for Transformative Learning
Brent Wilson, Associate Professor, Education, CU Denver
University instructors can learn enough instructional design to stay out of trouble with students or they can set their goals higher. This session is about rocking students’ world – to the point where many will choose to change their major or decide on a new career path.
Adobe Connect: Online Rooms, Classroom Meetings & More!
Brad Grabham, Academic Technology Consultant, OIT
Adobe Connect is a desktop web conference system incorporated with D2L. We will discuss web conferencing, how to set up Online Rooms within D2L, the Online Room layout, various Pods, and best practices for integration within your D2L course. Please bring a laptop computer and any content (files, videos, presentations, etc.) that you would like to try within the Online Room meeting space.
Social Media in the Classroom: Principles and Practices
Mark Gammon, Research Associate, OIT
Interested in using social media in your teaching? Join us for this interactive session that will highlight core principles, common questions, and effective practices for using social media in the classroom.