The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning Book Discussion program explores practical strategies, individual experiences, and current research in areas related teaching, learning and technology through the sustained investigation of a recently published book in the field.
During Fall 2014, discussion centered around the use of technology to support and enhance best practices in pedagogy by motivating students to interact with content and offering more control over their learning using the well-received book, Teaching Naked: How Moving Technology Out of Your Classroom Will Improve Student Learning (2012). Throughout the fall, participants explored chapters in multiple sessions and tips and techniques for motivating students. Information on the book can be found here: http://teachingnaked.com/
For information regarding future discussions or to suggest a book, please contact Connie Schroeder in CETL.