Creating a cacophony in the classroom Burgert & Sterling

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Lisa Burgert & Lorelei Sterling's presentation for CLA 2013 Creating a Cacophony in the Classroom
Presentation focuses on active learning including the Cephalonian Method, Amazing Race Scavenger Hunt, Poll Everywhere, and Human Boolean.

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  • IntroductionWho we are Our rolesVery quick overview of USD and workshops5 min for intro
  • LimitationsPros/cons
  • 15 minutes
  • Use the Cephalonian method to explain the Amazing Race, then summarize 7-10 min
  • Activity to get them up and moving, this is easy to incorporate into any session. 5 minutes
  • Creating a cacophony in the classroom Burgert & Sterling

    1. 1. Creating a Cacophony in the Classroom Lisa Burgert, Reference Librarian Lorelei Sterling, Evening Access Services/Reference Librarian
    2. 2. Poll Everywhere • Anonymous • Respond by text, tweet, or web • Free*
    3. 3. Amazing Copley Library Race • • • • Preparation Event Prizes Student/Faculty Feedback
    4. 4. Cephalonian Method • • • • Preparation Classroom Set-up Instruction Session Student/Faculty Feedback
    5. 5. Boogie through Boolean • Preparation • Demonstration • Student/Faculty Feedback
    6. 6. Questions?
    7. 7. Contact Us Lisa Burgert lburgert@sandiego.edu Lorelei Sterling loreleis@sandiego.edu
    8. 8. More Information • Amazing Race and Cephalonian Method – Cook, D., & Sittler, R. L. (2008) Practical pedagogy for library instructors: 17 innovative strategies to improve student learning. Chicago, IL: Association of College and Research Libraries. • Boogie with Boolean – http://www.mta.ca/library/info_literacy_act_details.html • Poll Everywhere – www.polleverywhere.com • More information on active learning – Grassian, E. S., & Kaplowitz, J. R. (2009) Information literacy instruction: Theory and Practice. New York, NY: Neal-Schuman Publishers.

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