Digital Pedagogy Fellows

A photo of 2017 Digital Pedagogy Fellows

2017 DP Fellows and Trailblazers

First row:  John Wallace, Crystal Chang, Chen-Hui Tsai, Dan Acland, Mika Moy, Rachael Phillips*

Second Row: Paige Plander*, Armando Fox, Giuliana Perco, Alex BeliaevMax Fang*

Not pictured: Karenjot Bhangoo Randhawa, Rick Rasmussen, Vesna Rodic, KimFreeman, Laura C. Nelson

* Digital Pedagogy Trailblazer

Become a Digital Pedagogy Fellow

The Digital Pedagogy Fellows (DPF) program is designed to assist all instructors of record in leveraging technology to enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of learning in their courses.  

Not going to be on campus?  No problem.  

The program is a facilitated, online asynchronous learning experience consisting of daily activities that can be covered at your own pace within the one-week session. You do not have to be on campus to participate and there are will be no scheduled meetings until you have completed the session. Approximately 2-3 hours of your time will be spent each day developing a course plan that uses technology to enhance information delivery, learner engagement, and/or assessment based on selected readings, short lecturettes, engaging with colleagues, and reflecting on the topics individually. Total time commitment is 12-18 hours.

As a result of participation in this program you will be able to build a course plan that reflects:

- The guiding learning theories of your teaching practice

- The use of digital pedagogy to optimize cognition with particular emphasis on the areas of attention, memory, thinking and motivation.

The design of an effective digital learning experience using a design methodology as well as available resources and expertise.

- Consideration of content accessibility and affordability.

- And contains:

  • Measurable learning outcomes
  • Assessment items aligned to the learning outcomes
  • Core concepts content
  • Activities that provide practice before assessment
  • Resources to support topics and activities
  • Appropriate technology tools

The major topics are

  • Learning in the 21st Century
  • Designing a Digital Learning Experience
  • Determining Instructional Strategy
  • Selecting the Appropriate Learning Environment and Technology Tools

As a Digital Pedagogy Fellow you will receive ongoing support to complete the planning and development of your upcoming course. Upon completion of your refreshed course plan and a consultation with a digital learning consultant you will receive a certificate from the Center for Teaching and Learning indicating your status as having completed the Digital Pedagogy Fellows program.

Questions?

Contact Andy Peterson, Senior Consultant, Center for Teaching and Learningarpeterson@berkeley.edu.

The program can be tailored to you!  If you would like a separate program specifically designed to meet the needs of your school or department, let us know.

Registration for DPF 2019 is open

Register here!

Available session dates:

  • July 15th to 19th

100% of DP Fellows agree that "the DPF program helped me advance the use of digital pedagogy to rethink the design of my course." 

Says one participant: "I sometimes feel like I'm fairly up on this 'stuff,' and we're all busy ... but in reality, I'm no more 'up' on it than anyone else, and I was exposed here to new ideas, new research, and, quite practically, a high number of new, specific applications and approaches."