2013 - Session 3

Session Title: "Teaching Methods"

Presenters: Dr. Ed Soltis, Ms. Ragan Dubose-Morris, Dr. Dusti Annan-Coultas, Dr. Mary Mauldin

Date: March 25, 2013; 12pm - 1pm

Location: Basic Science Building Room 202

Objectives:

  • List and describe three components of delivering an effective lecture in a large classroom setting.
  • Utilizing the three components, develop an approach to effectively deliver content from your own material.
  • Describe the concept of a flipped classroom.
  • Identify components of your curriculum that can be flipped.
  • Identify an opportunity for using case scenarios as a teaching method.
  • Identify or reconsider a teaching method to use for a “hard to teach” concept

Session Materials:

Additional Resources:

Interactive lectures: http://serc.carleton.edu/introgeo/interactive/index.html

Texts

  • How Learning Works: Seven Research-Based Principles for Smart Teaching (link)
  • Collaborative Learning Techniques:  A Handbook for College Faculty (link)
  • Discussion as a Way of Teaching:  Tools and Techniques for Democratic Classrooms (link)
  • Team Based Learning:  A Transformative Use of Small Groups in College Teaching (link)

Link For Session Evaluation:

A link to the evaluation will be emailed to session participants.

 
 
 

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