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Developing Critical Thinking Skills: Using Technology to Reach Out to Different Learning Styles

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Presenter: Trace Etienne-Gray - Texas State University …

Presenter: Trace Etienne-Gray - Texas State University
Please join Texas State University professor Trace Etienne-Gray for a one hour professional development webinar, “Developing Critical Thinking Skills: Using Technology to Reach Out to Different Learning Styles.” The webinar will focus on using technology and multiple learning styles to develop critical thinking skills in the liberal arts classroom. Participants will be given practical ideas that they can implement in their own classroom as well as an opportunity to discuss their own methods with others.

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  • 1. Developing Critical Thinking Skills Using Technology to Reach Out to Different Learning Styles Trace Etienne-Gray te01@txstate.edu Texas State University San Marcos, Texas
  • 2. Introductions • Background • Philosophy • Objective
  • 3. Part I Building Success • Chunking Material • Variety of Resources • Study Guides! Study Guides! Study Guides! • Low-Stakes Assessment • High Stakes Assessment
  • 4. Chunking Material • Objectives – Identify, describe and assess the motives, goals and actions of at least 3 reform movement active between 1820 and 1860 • Study Tasks – Reading Enduring Vision, CH 10, pp. 315-329 – Declaration of Rights and Sentiments – Part Four Study Guide – Part Four Video Review
  • 5. Variety of Resources • Textbook/Audio • Instructor Overviews • Primary Sources • Video Reviews – Monterey Institute for Technology and Education-NROC Project
  • 6. Study Guides! Study Guides! Study Guides! • Reading Tips • Graphic Organizers • Lesson Study Guides • Writing Thesis Statements • Essay Writing Guidelines
  • 7. Low Stakes Round Robin Online Group Work • 4 to 5 students • Assigned Roles/Tasks • Discussion Forums/Blogs • Study Questions • Case Study/Simulations
  • 8. Blog Screenshot
  • 9. Low Stakes: Primary Source vs. Primary Source • Declaration of the People, Nathanial Bacon (1660) • Grievances Against English Settlers, Metacom (1675) • Indian Removal Defended, Andrew Jackson (1830) • Petition to Congress Opposing Removal, John Ross, (1837) • A Treatise on Domestic Economy, Catherine Beecher (1841) • Declaration of Rights & Sentiments, Elizabeth Cady Stanton (1848) PDF Form
  • 10. Low Stakes Causes and Outcomes Handouts • Standards Movement • Department Assignment • PDF Fillable Forms
  • 11. High Stakes Movies & History Netflix Amazon Instant Video HuluPlus
  • 12. Rubrics
  • 13. • Editing Features • Study Tools • Aplia Processing
  • 14. Editing Features
  • 15. Study Tools
  • 16. Aplia
  • 17. Early Engagement Strategies • Recognition • Encouragement • Progress • Excel, Outlook And Mail Merge
  • 18. www.cengage.com