Journaling is an effective way to help students deepen their understanding of concepts while supporting reflective and critical thinking. TeachThought recently published an article discussing 20 Types of Learning Journals that Help Students Think.
Ready to explore one of these journaling strategies? Perhaps the meta-cognitive journal would support student learning in your course. Or maybe the change journal. Our Office 365 Canvas integration supports password-protected digital journaling for private, student-instructor, or public journals. The link below takes you through the step-by-step process and STELAR Instructional Designers can provide additional guidance!
This post was written by Glori Hinck, EdD, an Instructional Designer for the St. Thomas E-Learning and Research (STELAR) Center at the University of St. Thomas in Minneapolis, MN. To learn more about this topic, please visit our website at www.stthomas.edu/stelar or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.