121: Doug McKee and Edward O’Neill on Teach Better and Using Technology in the Classroom
Douglas McKee is a senior lecturer at the Department of Economics at Cornell University. Dr McKee teaches Econometrics, Probability and Statistics and has previously taught at Yale.
Doug’s research interests include Development Economics, Labor Economics, Health Economics and Structural Estimation
Edward O’Neill consults and serves to solve teaching & learning problems for professors, and supports academic and other projects with learning design and technology services.
Both Doug and Edward cohost the ‘Teach Better’ podcast focusing on expert-level university teaching & pedagogy.
You can check out the podcast over at teachbetter.co and on iTunes where there are currently 45 amazing episodes on teaching in the classroom and the education system.
- Panopto – the Lecture Capture System
- Educause – helping higher education elevate the impact of IT
- Mayer, R. E. and Moreno, R. (2003). Nine Ways to Reduce Cognitive Load in Multimedia Learning. Educational Psychologist, 38(1), 43–52.
- Write the first sentence first. Brain storm. Organise, cull and finally edit. Write everyday – Doug McKee.
- Always Be Done (the ABD method) – Edward O’Neill.
- Brain-Based Design Thinking by Edward O’Neill
- Dune by Frank Herbert
- Building Expertise: Cognitive Methods for Training and Performance Improvement by Ruth Colvin Clarke