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Multimodal learning can include illustrations, audio, video, music, movement, and more! Multimodal assignments give students the opportunity to select from several potential modes of communication or media to demonstrate that they have met a learning objective. Keep reading to find examples of student work, a sample assignment description and rubric, and some reflections on the pedagogical value of multimodal learning.

The 2020-2021 academic year is almost over, so we reflected on this past year and the transformation, hope, and resilience that we have experienced in the midst of challenge.  We also look forward to what the upcoming school year has in store.

The spring semester is over, which means summer is here! A break from school doesn’t mean that you’ll be taking a break from learning, though. Below you’ll find tons of ideas for how to expand your horizon over the summer, even if you’re still under “stay at home” orders.

Without access to a physical library finals may seem a little more daunting. Here are some guides, websites, and helpful tips to help you get through your finals.

The guidelines that the CDC and WHO are giving focus on hand-washing, social distancing, etc. These are helpful practices for keeping germs away, but isn’t helpful when it comes to managing stress, mental health, or the move to social-distancing. Here are a few tips for boosting your immune system and managing stress.

It’s easy to go for the convenient news update from your sister’s mother’s cousin’s boyfriend’s post on Facebook that pops up on your news feed. But during this time it is important to get the most accurate information.

Some ideas and links to keep you busy on your quarantine journey. This post features everything from craft ideas to free operas.

In the world of social distancing and everything being moved online we wanted to provide tips to help you succeed with the change in classroom format. Read our tips for transitioning to virtual learning.

Find out more about how the Office of Digital Learning works with PTS faculty and students to help with creative digital assignments.

We asked PTS Classroom and Media Specialist Trey Gillette a few questions about technology and ministry. He shares about apps for ministry, youth and technology, common misconceptions, and how to navigate technology changes churches. 

Are you excited about the idea of teaching and learning in the Digital Age, but don’t quite know where to start? An extensive list of 200 tools for learning has just been released for 2019.

Questions? Please get in touch

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