Currents in Teaching and Learning, a peer-reviewed electronic journal that fosters exchanges among reflective teacher-scholars across the disciplines, welcomes submissions for its Fall 2017 and Spring 2018 issues (Volume 10, Numbers 1-2), and looks ahead to the special themed issue for Spring 2019. We consider all submissions that address new approaches to theories and practices of teaching and learning.
No Shelf Required has a series of Free Content Alerts, which highlights sites and platforms where ebooks and econtent may be downloaded and read for free. So far they have recommended 10 great sites for "anyone looking for quality content online in digital format".
I am pleased to share with you news of the oral history podcast coming out of the Archives of Lesbian Oral Testimony http://alotarchives.org/blog.
Our podcasts speak to broad themes of interest to all oral historians. The format is as follows: we interview someone who has undertaken oral history interviews and play a clip from one of their interviews. The clip is discussed, and we ask for a specific tip on doing oral history. We conclude with updates from the ALOT archivist.
Author: Wilson, Laurel.
Title: "Changes In Newspaper Portrayals Of Women, 1900-1960."
Publisher: Honors College Capstone Experience/Thesis Projects, Paper 328. Bowling Green, Ky.: Western Kentucky University.
Bloom's Taxonomy and Digital tools
Bloom's taxonomy is a tool which teachers use to help in the development of learning objectives. Bloom's taxonomy is also useful for designing classroom activities and assessments of student learning. It is one of the most basic and most important tools that teachers can use to promote student learning.