Applying Attributes of Contemplative Technopedagogy to a Social Media Assignment

@article{Shanks2019ApplyingAO,
  title={Applying Attributes of Contemplative Technopedagogy to a Social Media Assignment},
  author={Justin D. Shanks and Scott W. H. Young},
  journal={Frontiers in Education},
  year={2019},
  volume={4}
}
With widespread prevalence of digital technology in contemporary higher education, researchers have been keen to identify best practices and understand impacts. Social media present opportunities to cultivate interactive, creative teaching-learning communities. However, inclusion of social media in a course does not necessarily equal deep or creative student engagement. Faculty play an important role in helping students critically and creatively engage with content, colleagues, and context… Expand

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