Annotate Your Syllabus 2.0

In August of 2018, prior to the start of this school year, I shared some thoughts on Twitter about students annotating their course syllabi. The thread, in turn, motivated me to publish “Annotate Your Syllabus.” Welcome to version 2.0. Whether you teach in a K-12 or higher education classroom, whether you teach online or in…

Annotate Your Syllabus

It’s that time of the year & we’re talking syllabi: How to create or tweak, how to co-design with students, whether or not they’re a contract, what purposes they serve & whose voices are included and excluded. Here’s a THREAD about ANNOTATING your syllabus with your students 1/10 — Remi Kalir (@remikalir) August 13, 2018…

I Annotate 2016 Presentation in Berlin

Below are video and slides from my I Annotate 2016 presentation. Positing Playful Annotation in the Open was presented on May 20th, 2016, in Berlin, Germany. This presentation concerns the University of Colorado Denver’s graduate course INTE 5320 Games and Learning, and examines the role of open web annotation with Hypothesis in course planning, pedagogy, student learning, and reflection on practice.

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