Professor Lilia Savova, English Department, and M. Petkova, South-West Community College, presented on “Flipped Online Writing: Crossing the Border from Reactive to Proactive,” at the CUE (Computer Use in Education) Conference in Palm Springs, California, in March 2016.
Their presentation focused on an online writing tool called
Noodle Tools that could be used in face-to-face, blended, flipped, and online classrooms. Overall, it offers effective techniques for writing across the curriculum for diverse student populations of varied preparation, age, skills, and motivation.
Noodle Tools encourages students to develop cross-curricular independent research, documentation, analysis, and synthesis skills in a simple, step-by-step, logical, and well-organized fashion. It works in five easy steps: project creation, project management, bibliography creation, note cards and outline development, and paper writing.
Department of English