Thinking Outside The Cylinder - Utilizing Unusual Tools to Teach

Syd Beckman, Lincoln Memorial University Duncan School of Law

Creativity breeds contempt.  No, that's not right.  Creativity breeds more creativity.  There is a world of unusual tools to help teach.  Most professors rely on the traditional tools such as, PowerPoint, dry erase boards, maybe even a Wiki or Blog if they are "cutting edge" to help teach.  This topic will explore the unusual.  Unusual apps, to be sure, but unusual gadgets, unusual props, unusual tools to help teach.  This means, in some cases, "some assembly required."  Additionally, audience members will be invited to share their "unusual" tools and how they are used.  The audience will vote on the most unusual (and effective) tool and a prize will be awarded.  Prize to be determined.  No purchase necessary.  Disclaimer... disclaimer... disclaimer.

Schedule info

Time slot: 
22 June 10:30 - 11:30