Tag: Learning

  • Introductory Blog

    Hi, everyone! My name is Rayana Brown. I currently attend Mississippi State University in Starkville, Mississippi. I am interested in African American Literature, and I think it is important to focus on how black communities in Mississippi share their histories and stories! I will do a project on Douglas Conner’s, a NAACP activist and Black […]

  • Collaborative Book Review: Chapter 2 “Structuring Active Learning” in The New College Classroom

    Collaborative Book Review: Chapter 2 “Structuring Active Learning” in The New College Classroom

    In Chapter 2, “Structuring Active Learning,” Katopodis and Davidson outline some of the core pillars of active learning. Although short, this chapter begins to frame four central tools of active learning: scaffolding, growth mindset, the flipped classroom, and backward planning (30).  A structure of activities becomes crucial, when trying to reimagine learning as an active […]

  • Scholar Spotlight: Marilia Kaisar

    Scholar Spotlight: Marilia Kaisar

    My work and research focus on the intersection of art practice, theory, and technology. I have been seeking spaces to engage with those ideas in theory and as a pedagogical tool. When I learned about HASTAC scholars through a departmental email, I decided it would be great to connect with other scholars and graduate students working on similar domains beyond my institution.

  • Repurposing Enhanced Learning

    Blog post #3 underway. This is the last entry, hoping to come to an end as conclusive as it can possibly be – although I anticipate it will not suffice and many questions might still be unanswered towards the end. Feel free to get in touch! Comment or email. As I mentioned earlier, I encourage […]