Monthly Archives: April 2016

CTL Newsletter: April 19, 2016

Teaching Reflections: Video Killed the Writing Assignment We move pretty fast in Physics 105 – 13.7 billion years of astronomy in 14 weeks. It’s impossible to talk about all of the really cool things that are happening in our solar system, … Continue reading

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Myths and Misconceptions of Student Ratings: Gender Bias and More

Read on for the recap of a recent IDEA webinar. Posted with permission. [IDEA Education Blog] Myths and Misconceptions of Student Ratings: Gender Bias and More Webinar Recap Myths and Misconceptions of Student Ratings: Gender Bias and More Webinar Recap … Continue reading

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CTL Newsletter: April 5, 2016

Teaching Reflections: Class Discussions The ideal class discussion, in my opinion, leads students to connect ideas, analyze, evaluate, and form conclusions in a way that is meaningful and memorable because, theoretically, the students are working together to do the cognitive work … Continue reading

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