Fall 2016 MSTE Friday Lunch Series - Leveraging Technology for Interactive Pedagogy
Champaign , USA
Katrina Kennett will speak at the November 11, 2016, MSTE Friday Lunch Series on the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign campus.
About the Talk:
Katrina Kennett is a PhD Candidate in Curriculum & Instruction and Writing Studies and studies how teachers plan and teach with digital tools. Having taught both Education and Informatics/Writing Studies courses, Katrina will share how she uses Google Drive (specifically Google Docs and Google Slides) as an interactive pedagogical tool - in class and out. With these tools, her students do collaborative research, crowdsource resources, respond to readings, and archive their intellectual and creative work. She will share examples and practice-based suggestions.
About MSTE Friday Lunches
The MSTE Friday Lunches take place during the Fall & Spring semesters. Join us weekly for presentations and informal dialogue on Math, Science, Technology, and/or Education.
Free and open to the public.
Office for Mathematics, Science, & Technology Education (MSTE)