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Home of free rubric tools: RCampus Welcome to iRubric iRubric is a comprehensive rubric development, assessment, and sharing tool. Designed from the ground up, iRubric supports a variety of applications in an easy-to-use package. Best of all, iRubric is free to individual faculty and students. iRubric School-Edition empowers schools with an easy-to-use system for monitoring student learning outcomes and aligning with standards. Classroom Assessment Techniques Lee Haugen Center for Teaching Excellence, Iowa State University February, 1999 What are CATs? Classroom Assessment Techniques are formative evaluation methods that serve two purposes.

Teaching in Wallenberg Hall Teaching in Wallenberg Hall The spaces in Wallenberg Hall have been uniquely designed to facilitate exploring teaching and learning in the context of current information and media technologies. Explore the classrooms and resources HYPERACTIVIT et TROUBLES des APPRENTISSAGES Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use only and may not be sold or licensed nor shared on other sites. SlideServe reserves the right to change this policy at anytime. While downloading, If for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server. 1.

edutopia Editor's Note: This piece was adapted from Building a Community of Self-Motivated Learners: Strategies to Help Students Thrive in School and Beyond by Larry Ferlazzo, available March 21, 2015 from Routledge. My previous post reviewed research on extrinsic and intrinsic motivation, and described the four qualities that have been identified as critical to helping students motivate themselves: autonomy, competence, relatedness, and relevance. In this post, I'll discuss practical classroom strategies to reinforce each of these four qualities. Autonomy Providing students with freedom of choice is one strategy for promoting learner autonomy. Educators commonly view this idea of choice through the lens of organizational and procedural choice.

101 Ideas for a Great Start Adapted from "101 Things" by Joyce T. Povlacs, Teaching and Learning Center, University of Nebraska-Lincoln by Susan Yager, Associate Director, Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching, Iowa State University January 2004 Whether we teach large introductory courses for first-year students or advanced courses for majors, it makes sense to start the semester off as strongly as we are able. Enthusiasm for our work and dedication to student learning can make a big difference in how students respond to, and later evaluate, their courses and instructors. The following list of "101 Ideas" is offered in the spirit of starting off well.

Cooperative Learning Original module developed by Rebecca Teed, John McDaris, and Cary Roseth Enhanced by KimMarie McGoldrick with assistance from Jim Cooper, Dan Marburger, Jennifer Rhoads, Karl Smith What is Cooperative Learning? Cooperative Learning involves structuring classes around small groups that work together in such a way that each group member's success is dependent on the group's success.

Computer Literacy Self-Assessment : Saint Anselm College A critical factor in online learning success is computer literacy. Students should possess basic computer skills and be able to communicate effectively using various technology tools. This Self-Assessment Guide is designed to help you determine if you will need additional technology training or practice to meet the computer literacy requirements of our blended program. Teaching with Twitter: how the social network can contribute to learning I am senior lecturer in English at the University of Wolverhampton and have been an advocate for the past few years of teaching using blended learning - integrating online learning activities alongside face-to-face teaching. Two of my courses on Victorian literature feature a number of assessed online discussion forum activities. They get 100% participation - much of it enthusiastic.

Adopters - Minnesota Robin Wright is the contact for biology. The University's classroom planner is Jeremy Todd. Direct any questions about instructional technology to the IT Coordinator John Knowles. Coda - One-Window Web Development for Mac OS X Good question. Coda is everything you need to hand-code a website, in one beautiful app. While the pitch is simple, building Coda was anything but. How do you elegantly wrap everything together? Well, we did it. And today, Coda has grown to be a critical tool for legions of web developers around the world. How to implement studio teaching? Philosophy Studio teaching is not just another kind of classroom activity. It is not a lab session, nor is it just a series of class projects. It is an approach to teaching and learning that gets students actively engaged in directing their own learning.

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