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Teaching Hub: Post Five, Week Four

PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT: It’s Week 4 already! Those assignments are going to be due before you (and your students) know it! When I dreamed this up I expected to find a million versions online, but I didn't, so I made my own. You're welcome! pic.twitter.com/wRDBPXwO9t — Ruth Mostern (@RuthMostern) September 10, 2016  Engaging Teaching Questions?… Continue reading Teaching Hub: Post Five, Week Four

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Teaching Hub: Post Four, Week Three

 Engaging Teaching Faculty can increase student motivation and engagement by providing feedback early and often. Giving students evidence of their progress in the course allows them to stay on track, and/or make informed decisions about accessing additional help (such as Tutoring; see below!), if it’s required. Helpful feedback is: Goal-referenced: How am I progressing toward the… Continue reading Teaching Hub: Post Four, Week Three

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The Teaching Hub: Post 3, Week 2

 Engaging Teaching We here in the Learning Design & Support Team have a lot of experience with putting our feet in our mouths. Jodie is often even trying to put her foot in other people’s mouths (editor’s note: this is entirely untrue). So we are uniquely qualified to help you avoid doing just that.  In hallway chats… Continue reading The Teaching Hub: Post 3, Week 2

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Teaching Hub: Post Two, Week One

 Engaging Teaching Last week , we talked a bit about Things you may want to do in your first class & the Teaching & Learning Bootcamp. Let us know how your 1st class goes by commenting below! This week, however, we want to talk about CATs. How do you know if students learned what you think you taught? Classroom Assessment Techniques can… Continue reading Teaching Hub: Post Two, Week One