Join your colleagues and author James M. Lang in discussing the book Small Teaching on Twitter.
Team-Based Learning (TBL) is a research based active engagement instructional strategy that uses a series of assessments (accountability) to assure the readiness of students to engage in learning experiences that require the critical application of course content.
The fact that we learn better when we practice material over time should not come as a surprise. The fact that we don’t follow through on this understanding should be surprising.
Rereading is a common strategy because it provides the illusion of competence; it feels like learning is happening, but in reality fluency is established, not lasting understanding.
Part 5 of the article series on the 2017 COLTT Conference Day 1 by Jesseb Adam Teaching Technological Adaptability Presenter: Dr. Melonie (Lonie) McMichael, Senior Instructor at UCCS, professional and technical writing “Technodaptability is the aptitude for learning technology quickly.” I can testify to the need for instruction towards technological adaptability. Every campus I have … Continue reading Teaching Technological Adaptability
Part 3 of the article series on the 2017 COLTT Conference Day 1 by Jesseb Adam Online Team-Based Learning: An Oxymoron? Presenter: Lisha Bustos, Lead instructional Designer for the School of Pharmacy, CU Denver/Anschutz Campus, and Dr. Colleen Catalano, Instructor, CU Denver/Anschutz Campus Team-Based Learning is an evidence based teaching strategy that teams students to … Continue reading Online Team-Based Learning: An Oxymoron?
Part 2 of the article series on the 2017 COLTT Conference Day 1 by Jesseb Adam Bringing the Right Instructional Tools to the Job Presenter: Dr. Vivian Shyu, Assistant Professor, C/T, CU Denver In a world of nearly unlimited online learning tools and digital natives, it seems interesting that students would choose the traditional face-to-face … Continue reading Traditional, Hybrid, or Online?