CCIT’s Fast Five!

by Rick Kralevich
Assistant Vice President for Instructional Design and Technology
Center for Creative Instruction and Technology (CCIT)

Welcome to CCIT’s Fast Five!  The purpose of this column is to share helpful and interesting posts that we’ve read during the previous week. This list may include the posts written by educators, technologists, educational leaders, business partners, students, and even an occasional politician or two.

Here is our most recent Fast Five…

1. How Do You Check for Understanding?

2. Explore the Google Cultural Institute

3. How Students Can Create Their Own e-Textbooks On An iPad

4. Five Questions to Ask Before Flipping a Lesson

5. 2012 Students and Technology

…and the quick sixth…

6. 12 Tools for Quickly Gathering Informal Feedback from Students

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