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Division Mobilization Activities

Department Heads Flip Classrooms

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Apps for Instructors

iPads as Recording Devices in Debate

Featured App

Featured App

Track180

Track180 is a news aggregator that allows students to access the latest news articles and helps them to generate ideas for essay topics. The sources are credible, and it serves as a fantastic jump start to their research.

Mac Lab Impact

Quality Matters and Mobilization

Quality Matters

The Quality Matters program uses a nationally recognized rubric that evaluates courses to be sure that students are actively engaged in learning assessments and activities that are directly aligned with the learning outcomes for the course. Thus, the rubric serves as a good guide to gauge the impact of mobilization tools inside and outside the classroom and helps faculty to determine whether a mobile tool aligns with the learning objectives that a student needs to master.

 Click here to visit the Quality Matters website.

So far, six Humanities faculty members have completed two or more Quality Matters Training Courses.

Conference Presentations

TASSR Learning Support
Dickson, TN
October 24, 2012
Mobilization in Reading and Writing Classrooms
Candace Daniel Justice
 
2012 MTSU Mobilization Summit
MTSU - Murfeesboro, TN
October 15, 2012
Using Apps in the Music Classroom
Elissa Keck
 
2012 TYCAT
Dickson, TN
October 5, 2012
Mobilization in Dev. Writing, Comp. I, and Comp. II
Sherri Jacobs, Candace Justice, and Christie Wilson
 
Rocky Mountain Conference on Graphic Novels
Denver, CO
June 14th, 2012
How Comics and iPads Can Save an Intro. to Lit. Course
Christie Wilson
 
Hamblen Co. Foreign Lang. and ESL Training
Hamblen County, TN
May 25, 2012
Michelle Mitrik
 
Mobile Learning Mini-Conference
Roane State
March 30, 2012
Mobile Teaching Tools for Humanities
Michelle Mitrik

Spanish Class Field Trip

Facetime with Speaker in Spanish Class

Instructional Practices and Design

Humanities Faculty Training

iTranslate TED video

Students Ready to Mobilize

iPad in Music Class