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Vision of Students Today

How the Assignment Evolved

"… the basic idea is to create a 3 minute video highlighting the most important characteristics of students today - how they learn, what they need to learn, their goals, hopes, dreams, what their lives will be like, and what kinds of changes they will experience in their lifetime." (http://mediatedcultures.net/ksudigg/?p=119)

This is a portion of the assignment Dr. Michael Wesch gave students in his ANTH 200: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology at Kansas State University. Check out the video at the bottom right to see what they came up with.

 

Technology in the Classroom

 

This LibGuide functions as a forum for Walsh faculty and staff to explore new technologies and share their experiences and exemplary practices in managing technology and integrating technology into secondary education.

More Information

  • Center for Learning and Research
    Provides links to resources with guidance for enhancing teaching and learning by using technologies. Incorporates examples and case studies by University of Michigan faculty.
  • COBL-Center for Online and Blended Learning
    Promotes distance education and assists faculty and staff with the development and design of web-based and web-centric credit and noncredit courses for BGSU.
  • Common Craft
    Technology made simple. Our three-minute
    videos help educators and influencers
    introduce complex subjects.
  • Digital Ethnography
    Dubbed "the explainer" by Wired magazine, Michael Wesch is a cultural anthropologist exploring the impact of new media on society and culture. Wesch is also a multiple award-winning teacher active in the development of innovative teaching techniques.
  • Ohio on iTunes U
    The State of Ohio has compiled a collection of digital media assets categorized into areas of education, government and community. This project allows Ohio to share educational resources, professional development materials, and community resources which have been produced by members of higher education, the K-12 community, and community partners free of charge with unlimited access.
  • Peer Review of Teaching
    This website is designed to serve as an international repository for course portfolios written by faculty who teach at postsecondary institutions.
 

A Vision of Students Today

Michael Wesch and 200 of his students at Kansas State University collaborated to give a snapshot of students today, how they learn and what they need to learn.

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