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Question 4: In what pedagogical situations are you most likely to use IT tools? (e.g. large lecture classes using PowerPoint, small seminars using email, a class of 50 where students do collaborative
 

Summary: Question 4: In what pedagogical situations are you most likely to use IT tools? (e.g. large lecture
classes using PowerPoint, small seminars using email, a class of 50 where students do collaborative
projects, etc.)
Q4: small classes where large amounts of information are taken from internet
Q4: Large and small lecture classes where computer-generated slides would make it much easier to present
material.
Q4: to distribute class information more efficiently (e.g., assignments, syllabus, lab manuals), to permit
more personal contact with students via e-mail, to organize class projects, to streamline
Q4: I use IT tools in all situations as a repository of course content, and to alert students to course news, as
needed.
Q4: I think I'm equally likely to use them in all circumstances.
Q4: always: powerpoint for preparing notes, course information/notes/homework on the websometimes:
powerpoint presentation for the course
Q4: In situations where assignments may involve communication via email or research that makes use of
the web
Q4: class of 50 using Powerpoint or web
Q4: small classes graduate seminars focused on data analysis,Hard for me to judge commitment
Q4: I teach *about* and *with* information technology, thus IT is an integral part of my courses. I want the
students to learn when, how and why they can/should take advantage of IT. I use the web to disseminate
information. I use powerpoint in classes, as most of my material is visual. In labs, students learn how to post

  

Source: Akhmedov, Azer - Department of Mathematics, University of California at Santa Barbara

 

Collections: Mathematics