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Acknowledgements Introduction Part 1: Prepare for Active Learning Chapter 1: Know Your Audience: The Photo Student Chapter 2: Designing or Revising a Successful Course Chapter 3: Tips for the First Day of Class Chapter 4: Developing a Learning Community of Photo Learners Part 2: High-Impact Teaching & Learner-Centered Instruction Chapter 5: Flipping the Photography Classroom Chapter 6: Experiential Learning Chapter 7: Team Learning Part 3: Motivate Photo Students to Succeed Chapter 8: Engaging, Inspiring, & Motivating Learners Chapter 9: Photography Experience Points Chapter 10: Kinesthetic Learning Chapter 11: Gamification Chapter 12: Badge Awards Chapter 13: Quizzes That Empower Chapter 14: Competition Where Everybody Wins! Part 4: Powerful Tools for the Photo Educator Chapter 15: The Photo Critique Chapter 16: Student e-Portfolios Chapter 17: Emerging Educational Technologies Chapter 18: Enhancing Teaching Effectiveness (Professional Development) Chapter 19: Course Assignments References
Garin Horner is an Associate Professor of Art in Photography Adrian College, in Adrian, Michigan. He has a Master of Fine Arts Degree from Cranbrook Academy of Art and has been both an award-winning artist and teacher for over 25 years. Horner has taught in secondary education as well as at community college, college, and university settings. He regularly lectures on Innovative Teaching at both the Regional and National Society for Photographic Education conferences, and is a recipient of The United Methodist Award for Exemplary Teaching and The Adrian College Creative Activity, Research and Scholarship Award. Horner has several times been a Featured Speaker at the Great Lakes Conference for Teaching and Learning and has also spoken at teaching and learning conferences like the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL). He is an active member of the Flipped Learning Network and the Team-Based Learning Collaborative. Currently Horner serves as a consultant and workshop leader for innovative teaching at the Adrian College Center for Effective Teaching (ACCET), he is a certified Trainer-Consultant for Team-Based Learning, and is a co-author of Teaching Photography: Tools for the Imaging Educator, 2nd Edition.