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Dr. Kevin Cokely talks about motivating students through passionate teaching and gives an example for how he cultivates passion in his teaching to motivate student learning. Related Posts:Promoting Learning & Engagement in Large ClassesInteractive LecturesCanvas: User Interface OverviewCreate Audio Recordings Using the Canvas Rich Content EditorCreate Short Videos Using the Canvas Rich Content EditorCanvas: Creating […]
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Dr. Jorge Taboada talks about using clickable images with a classroom response system as an interactive entrance into deeper classroom discussions. Related Posts:iClicker Resource CenterInteractive LecturesCanvas: Submitting Final Grades Using the Registrar ToolCanvas: Controlling Access to Courses Through Term DatesDiscussing Challenging Issues in ClassPromoting Learning & Engagement in Large Classes
This short teaching tip features Dr. Jennifer Moon talking about the utility and potential time-saving properties of the graphic syllabus.
A few tips on how to make your lectures two-way learning experiences.
In order to take advantage of the online format, discussion forum assignments need to be a bit more structured than in-class conversations with your students.
In creating a discussion forum for your class, it is important to plan ahead and be aware of the general characteristics of online communication.
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University of Michigan Thad Polk talks about his approach to promote learning and keep students engaged in large introductory classes. View and download a written summary of the topics covered in this video. Related Posts:10 Tips for Creating Effective Powerpoint PresentationsCanvas: Creating a Turnitin AssignmentCanvas: Import/Export an Excel File to/from Grade Book8 Ways to capture […]
There are so many different ways that we can gauge student learning. And one of the most important things is to gauge it in real-time.
They have to propose a portfolio and they have to present that to their TA and have to have that approved. Then they give a status report halfway through the semester.
The student has to come to accept on some level, because they’ve thought about it themselves, …why it is that you’ve written what you’ve written.
General Tips (applies to all levels) Recognize your authority to address the situation Remain calm and respond in a calm manner Reiterate classroom and/or discussion ground rules Be consistent with addressing ground rules to all students regardless of viewpoint Address unknown or uninvited individuals or groups who come to the classroom Address inappropriate comments, attacks, […]
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A short how-to video on formatting and pacing your lecture to maximize student comprehension. Related Posts:10 Tips for Creating Effective Powerpoint PresentationsChunk It, Don’t Chuck It (Your Lectures)iClicker Resource CenterHow to Respond to Disruptive or Threatening BehaviorCreate Short Videos Using the Canvas Rich Content EditorHow to Get Students Talking, Setting Their Own Goals
A short exploration on best practices for providing class notes to students, including the address of instructors’ concerns and an offering of possible solutions to those concerns. Related Posts:10 Tips for Creating Effective Powerpoint Presentations8 Ways to capture screenshots on a PCHow to Respond to Disruptive or Threatening BehaviorUpload Video to a YouTube ChannelCanvas: Controlling […]