Thursday, January 23, 2020
12:00-1:30 pm Eastern
CTLR Lounge, Davis Family Library, Middlebury College
Technology has greatly expanded the range of tools and pathways of communication in the classroom, and has great potential to increase accessibility to the curriculum. But without intentional selection, a proliferation of platforms and tools can actually increase burden on executive function and make learning spaces less accessible. In this session, led by Jennifer Bates, CTLR Director of Learning Resources, you’ll learn about the framework of executive function support, why it promotes accessibility, and get practical support in evaluating digital tools to support executive function for your classroom. This session is being offered as part of the CTLR January Pedagogy Series on Contemporary Teaching in the Liberal Arts. Lunch will be provided.