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Zoom: Free & Easy Video-Conferencing

Zoom is a FREE video conferencing tool that allows you to host and record virtual meetings, conferences, office hours, and more.

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Real-time Checks for Learning Using Squarecap

Dr. K. Sata Sathasivan explains how he uses a classroom response system (Squarecap) to provide almost instant feedback on what students are learning.

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Discussion for Deeper Thinking [Discussion Construction 1]

Dr. Penne Restad explains how to structure student discussion by designing multiple choice questions that require increasingly complex levels of knowing.

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Group Quizzes Using Scratch-Off Cards

Dr. Stephanie Holmsten explains how to use scratch-off cards to create opportunities for peer learning and self-evaluation.

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Purpose and Narrative

Dr. Sekou Bermiss gives a quick tip on making seemingly dry content come to life by leveraging the power of seemingly unrelated narratives.

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Large Class, Small Groups, Big Discussion: Concept Maps

Dr. Meme Drumwright explains how she uses concept maps to create opportunities for student discussion in her large class.

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Passionate Teaching

Dr. Kevin Cokely explains how he motivates students through passionate teaching and gives an example of how he cultivates passion to motivate student learning.

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Initiating Discussions [Discussion Construction 2]

Katie Dawson shows how to use a low-tech response method called “Vote from your seat” to initiate discussion that draws in students.

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