Watch: Unleashing the power of AI for dynamic teaching and learning

On this special episode of Speaking of Higher Ed: Summer Shorts, innovative approaches to teaching and learning are revisited. Rhia Moreno, PhD, shares how she employs multimodal pedagogy to cultivate a dynamic learning environment that caters to diverse learning styles. Discover the transformative power of creative reflection in both online and face-to-face courses.

Also, Arthur Takahashi sheds light on the use of multimedia learning principles in course design. Drawing from Mayer’s research, he shares strategies to create immersive learning experiences using high embodiment and other key principles. From PowerPoint presentations to instructional videos, discover principles for crafting impactful and lasting learning moments.

They also chat about AI text generators and their implications in higher education. Candis Bond, PhD, and James Garner, PhD, from the Center for Writing Excellence at Augusta University, engage in a thought-provoking conversation about the ethics, possibilities and limits of these AI tools.

Watch the episode now and find the resources mentioned on the show page.

Speaking of Higher Ed is produced by the Center for Instructional Innovation at Augusta University.

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