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      • Redesigning Course Delivery to Enhance Student Engagement and Retention
      • Carol Carruthers
      • May 5, 2009
    • Student responsibility for learning lies on a precipice – the aim of the first year instructor is to prepare students to become adaptive learners.
    • Some conclusive evidence has been found using constructivist techniques and andragogical learning strategies. http://carbon.cudenver.edu/~mryder/itc_data/idmodels.html
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      • Faculty collaboration
      • Belief and motivation surveys
      • Student portfolios, journaling and reflection
      • Redesigned course delivery
      • Online homework
      • Learning objects and WebQuests
      • The ‘inverted’ classroom
      • Portfolios:
      • Students take samples of work reflecting progress. Faculty review chosen work with students.
      • Journaling:
      • Students ‘send a slide’ to the moderator. Allows for immediate/anytime feedback.
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    • http://people.senecac.on.ca/carol.carruthers/camtasia%20projects/html%20final/blackboardcollaboration/blackboard%20collaboration%20final.html
      • CLASS (Colorado Learning Attitudes about Science Survey)
      • http://www.colorado.edu/sei/class/
      • Self-Efficacy for Self-Regulated Learning Scale
      • Motivational Strategies for Learning Questionnaire
      • Am.J.Pharm.Educ.,66,219-223 (2002)
    • REDESIGNED COURSE DELIVERY
      • http://people.senecac.on.ca/carol.carruthers/live%20dyknow%20may%2024/livedyknowmay24.html
      • An audiovideo demonstration of how to quickly assign homework questions using an online resource.
      • http://people.senecac.on.ca/carol.carruthers/WPaudvid/WPaudvid.html
      • Interactive learning objects
      • http://www.novelgames.com/flashgames/popup.php?id=141&siteid=3128
      • WebQuests
      • http://open.senecac.on.ca/clea/webquest/view.php?id=80_793
      • Students watch a pre-class video. In class, students discuss the process that was used. While surrounded by other students, faculty, and in-class tutor, students practice the new process. Questions can be easily dealt with as a group, instead of doing homework alone.
      • http://people.senecac.on.ca/carol.carruthers/SLE%20-%20substitution/SLE%20-%20substitution.htm
      • Students design their own lecture by choosing links based on their previous learning experience. They move through the exercises at their own pace, taking the quiz when they chose.
      • Draw and define an angle.
      • http://www.mathopenref.com/angle.html
      • Describe how the area of a circle can be found.
      • http://www.mathopenref.com/circlearea.html
      • Try the quiz.
      • http://www.mathopenref.com/quiztriangle1.html
      • (this represents a small selection of items covered in a series of lectures)
      • Students design their own worksheets
      • They take ownership of their own learning
      • http://www.math.com/students/worksheet/algebra_sp.htm
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