Online Resources to In-Person Transformations: Leveraging Instructional Moves

Josh Bookin and Allison Pingree, Harvard University

Online resources and programs for improving pedagogical practices are permeating the higher education landscape. Articulating best practices for such offerings, Wright et al. (2016) urge educational developers to “leverage on-campus resources” and “attend to institutional context and audience”. This session will engage in that work of adaptation and application, drawing on Harvard’s Instructional Moves (IM) project – a free, online, video-rich resource designed for both independent and guided use. Learn about Instructional Moves on this website, and download the accompanying materials here.

Creative Commons License: CC BY-NC 4.0

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