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Flipped Classroom: Tips for Allowing for Moments of Reflection
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  1. 12 Suggestions for Creating an Inclusive Classroom 12 Suggestions for Creating an Inclusive Classroom
    This article was lays out a dozen practical suggestions for faculty who want to include diverse content and voices in the classroom; who may be teaching a diverse population of students; or who want to create a classroom atmosphere in which all students feel comfortable and feel that their ideas and experiences are valued.
  2. 21st Century Campus White Paper 21st Century Campus White Paper
    An excellent summary of the technology and furnishings that should be in a 21st Century college classroom. a must read for anyone considering retrofitting or new construction.
  3. AACU Report on the Importance of E-Portfolios AACU Report on the Importance of E-Portfolios
    A recent survey by the AACU confirms the importance of E-portfolios for students. Employers and graduate and professional schools now consider the submission of an E-Portfolio for review during hiring and the application process as the standard of practice. When you click on the link, it will be the first in a series of documents. Just click on the link to get to the report.
  4. Decoding the Disciplines Decoding the Disciplines
    This is a summary from Indiana University designed to assist faculty in developing curricula that addresses key ideas/concepts/principles/skills that are preventing students from moving forward in their learning (bottlenecks). The identification and removal of bottlenecks is often a key factor in deciding to flip a classroom.
  5. Educause Survey of Undergraduates and IT Use Educause Survey of Undergraduates and IT Use
    ECAR the research arm of EDUCAUSE has surveyed undergraduates each year since 2004 to find out how they are using technology and how they see technology in their lives, particularly as it relates to learning. This year's survey shows that: 1) students value technology as a means to achieve academic goals and to prepare for work., 2) are generally confident in using technology and prefer in-class training,3) Institutional website and LMS are most valued as resources, and 4)online materials such as e-books are still experimental, not widely embraced. Other interesting findings are that students see blinded learning as most desirable and tablets and Smart Phones are catching up to desktops and laptops as most widely used learning devices. this report is an essential element for anyone responsible for instructional technology planning.
  6. ePortfolio Webniar ePortfolio Webniar
    This webinar describes the role of ePortfolios in the hiring process and how to create an effective ePortfolio. It is a great resource for faculty and students.
  7. Faculty Focus Papers and Tips Faculty Focus Papers and Tips
    Faculty Focus contains information for faculty on teaching materials and tips that have been developed and tested by colleagues in the college classroom. New material is posted daily as short, one page articles that can be read and digested quickly. Longer papers focused on a particular topic are also available. This is a great resource for the faculty member new to teaching and for veteran faculty looking for new ideas and approaches.
  8. follow up to Group Testing follow up to Group Testing
    This is a reference list for more information on Group Testing as a follow up to the Group Testing Article.
  9. Group Testing Group Testing
    This is an article on how to use group testing strategies to increase deep learning of material. I thought it was a nice follow-up to a recent email on multiple-choice versus short answer testing.
  10. Journal of Research in Innovative Teaching Journal of Research in Innovative Teaching
    This is a journal published by the Center for Research in Innovation Teaching at National University. It provides the results of research studies conducted by professors in classrooms to see what approaches to teaching actually work.
  11. Webinar: Rethinking Plagiarism Webinar: Rethinking Plagiarism
    This is a link to the webinar CETL sponsored on plagiarism. The presenter asks the viewer to move away from policies that punish students who plagiarize and to consider helping students better understand what plagiarism is and how to avoid it.
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  1. Emotions and Teaching Emotions and Teaching
    Author discusses the role of "positive" and negative emotions on how we teach and their impact on our effectiveness as teachers.
  2. Flipped classroom Allowing for Reflection in the Classroom Flipped classroom Allowing for Reflection in the Classroom
    Tips on how to incorporate reflection into the classroom and encourage individual thought and innovation.
  3. May Days 2014 Schedule May Days 2014 Schedule
    A detailed schedule and descriptions of each session
  4. Structuring Discussions in the Classroom Structuring Discussions in the Classroom
    Tips for getting students to engage in classroom discussion taken from Faculty Focus.
  5. Synergy of Techning and Learning Synergy of Techning and Learning
    This article builds on the Teaching Centered; Learning Centered, or both article. It describes how teaching and learning work together to help students learn and learn deeply.
  6. Teaching-Centered; Learning Centered, or Both Teaching-Centered; Learning Centered, or Both
    This article argues for knowing how to balance teaching and learning in the classroom.
  7. Using e-Portfolios to Assess Student Learning Using e-Portfolios to Assess Student Learning
    Ken Scott relates how he uses e-portfolios in a capstone course to help him and his students to assess their learning and to prepare an e-portfolio that can be used to showcase for future employers what they know and what they can do.
Author: Rebecca Diliddo
Last modified: 4/22/2014 12:41 PM (EDT)