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Jose Vazquez - Experiments with Closed Assessments

Professor Jose Vazquez discusses some of the results from research he has conducted in an economics class using different forms of closed assessments.

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03/03/2017
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Can Computer Based Testing Facilities work in LAS?

Professor Mathew West discussed Computer Based Testing Facilities (CBTFs) in more detail, and takes questions from the audience.

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03/03/2017
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Mathew West - Computer Based Testing Facilities

Professor Mathew West introduces the College of Engineering's Computer Based Testing Facility (CBTF), and how it has improved undergraduate assessment

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03/03/2017
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Christian Ray - Assessing vs. Engaging & Working Together vs. Cheating

Christian Ray discusses why he encourages students to work together to do homework, but at the risk of not learning it as well themselves. He also shares his thoughts on using grade points to…

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Christian Ray - Closed Assessments in Chemistry

Dr. Christian Ray shares his perspective on closed-assessments, and his experience with them in the Chemistry department.

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03/03/2017
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Jose Vazquez - Closed Assessment in the 21st Century Introduction

Jose Vazquez introduces the LAS Teaching Academy forum to discuss closed-form assessments in the 21st century.

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03/03/2017
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LAS Teaching Academy | Ann Abbott - Service Learning in LAS

Ann Abbott shares her thoughts on how to integrate service learning into the classroom: "Research shows that service learning helps students better understand "messy problems"--the…

From  Dillinger James A year ago 6    0  
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11/04/2016
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LAS Teaching Academy | Q & A - Answering Questions About Teaching Online

Check out the Illinois Online Network (ION) for more resources that will help you teach online. The panel shares their perspective on teaching online (October 14, 2016) during the Teaching…

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10/14/2016
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LAS Teaching Academy | Kostas Yfantis - ATLAS Online Support

Kostas Yfantis shares his perspective on teaching online (October 14, 2016) during the Teaching Academy's online teaching forum. Watch this brief video to learn more!

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10/14/2016
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LAS Teaching Academy | Jason Mock - Designing an Online Course

Jason Mock shares his perspective on teaching online (October 14, 2016) during the Teaching Academy's online teaching forum. Watch this brief video to learn more!

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10/14/2016
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LAS Teaching Academy | Joanne Manaster - Surprises in Teaching Online

Joanne Manaster shares her perspective on teaching online (October 14, 2016) during the Teaching Academy's online teaching forum. Watch this brief video to learn more!

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LAS Teaching Academy | Steve Altaner - Sage on the Stage vs. Guide on the Side

Steve Altaner shares his perspective on teaching online (October 14, 2016). Watch this brief video to learn more!

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Incorporating International Students pt 1

As the numbers of international students have continued to grow in recent years, classroom dynamics have changed. International students report a certain level of distance from their peers and…

From  Justin York A year ago 12    0  
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Incorporating International Students pt 2

As the numbers of international students have continued to grow in recent years, classroom dynamics have changed. International students report a certain level of distance from their peers and…

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Employing Active Learning Strategies in Large Math Courses pt 1

The Math department teaches calculus on a large scale. In Fall 2015 for example, calculus was taught in 20 large lectures to 4500 students. These courses have been using active learning techniques…

From  Justin York A year ago 131    0  
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Employing Active Learning Strategies in Large Math Courses pt 2

The Math department teaches calculus on a large scale. In Fall 2015 for example, calculus was taught in 20 large lectures to 4500 students. These courses have been using active learning techniques…

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How to improve Learning Outcomes using Lecture Capture pt 1

Ever wonder if there is a simple thing you could do to improve the learning outcome for 95% of your students in a face-to-face course? If so, lecture video capture may be for you. We will discuss…

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How to improve Learning Outcomes using Lecture Capture pt 2

Ever wonder if there is a simple thing you could do to improve the learning outcome for 95% of your students in a face-to-face course? If so, lecture video capture may be for you. We will discuss…

From  Justin York A year ago 15    0  
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Can Students Grade Themselves? A Case Study Using Online Peer Assessment in Large Enrollment Courses pt 1

Peer assessment, when students asses the work of their peers, gives instructors of large enrollment courses the opportunity to use assessment instruments beyond multiple choice. Many learning…

From  Justin York A year ago 1    0  
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Can Students Grade Themselves? A Case Study Using Online Peer Assessment in Large Enrollment Courses pt 2

Peer assessment, when students asses the work of their peers, gives instructors of large enrollment courses the opportunity to use assessment instruments beyond multiple choice. Many learning…

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Using Problem-Based Learning in Large Courses pt 1

Instructors often want the impossible: to teach higher-level learning and engage students in large classrooms even when faced with minimal resources. Kathryn leads a discussion over this topic,…

From  Justin York A year ago 23    0  
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Using Problem-Based Learning in Large Courses pt 2

Instructors often want the impossible: to teach higher-level learning and engage students in large classrooms even when faced with minimal resources. Kathryn leads a discussion over this topic,…

From  Justin York A year ago 1    0  
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Active Learning in Large Courses pt 1

Brad, an instructor for MCB 150 (a class of over 700 students), and Melissa, the course director, discuss their experiences, both the things that have worked, as well as things that haven't been…

From  Justin York A year ago 22    0  
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Active Learning in Large Courses pt 2

Brad, an instructor for MCB 150 (a class of over 700 students), and Melissa, the course director, discuss their experiences, both the things that have worked, as well as things that haven't been…

From  Justin York A year ago 7    0  
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