Interested in learning about instructional technologies that can be used to help engage students?
Then the Tools of Engagement Project (TOEP) is just what you need
Explore and reflect on innovative and creative uses of online instructional technologies through a set of hands-on, self-paced, discovery activities.
The TOEP community provides a safe and supportive environment to work alongside peers and to reflect on how these emerging technology tools may impact teaching and learning.
Registration is open!
Site resources are being updated for Phase 4, launching on Oct. 15, 2015! Keep an eye on this site for new and improved tutorials and resources. Read about the TOEP Phase 4 timeline in the FAQ.
Faculty and staff from partnering campuses may register, request to join the TOEP Community, complete Discovery Exercises, earn badges, and have the potential to earn additional award incentives. Keep an eye on this site to be kept up to date about the TOEP Phase 4 award period which begins fall 2015.
Congratulations to the Phase 3 (2014-2015) TOEP Incentive Award Winners!!!
Team is compiling the pre and post-survey responses. Preliminary findings were presented at the SUNY Conference on Instructional Technologies (CIT) at the end of May. A summary of our findings will be shared via the TOEP
Complete your custom TOEP agenda to earn badges and other incentives. Fasten your seat belts and get ready for a discovery adventure. And remember, it's OK to have fun!
What incentives are there?
The major participation incentive is learning more about tools that have potential viability in your own practice.
- Earn (Quest, Mastery & Community) badges; and
- Become eligible for additional incentives through our peer review process.
1st Place Awards - (Professional Development Awards - issued through CPD points valued at $300 each)
Most pedagogically intriguing use of a tool as evidenced through postings to the TOEP Community.
*Points can be used to enroll in SUNY CPD professional development including (but not limited to) the SUNY Conference on Instruction and Technology (CIT). CIT is a great place to exchange knowledge about using emerging technologies to enhance teaching and learning.
2nd Place Awards - (iTunes cards)
Best peer mentoring and support provided to other participants.
To be eligible for award incentives you need to:
Where can additional information be accessed?