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Turn Your Math Class Into an Interactive Learning Environment

Turn Your Math Class Into an Interactive Learning Environment

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  • i am thrilled by the slides and the real concept of rule of engagement. Thanks to Prof for this well packaged tutorial on how to better the learning -teaching process.
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  • Thanks, Dan. When I saw the Hot Tip article on slide #7 I noticed it was dated 1981! Amazing for how long people have had serious concerns about courses dominated by lecture.
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  • Awesome slides Fred! Great ideas and rationale!
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  • RULES of ENGAGEMENT Turn Your Math Class Into an Interactive Learning Community Fred Feldon, Coastline CC February 28, 2014 CMC3-South 2014 Annual Spring Conference
  • CMC3-South 2014 Annual Spring Conference
  • “Some people talk in their sleep. Lecturers talk while other people sleep.” -- Albert Camus, 1913-1960 Cited by Eric Mazur in “Twilight of the Lecture,” Harvard Magazine, March-April, 2012 CMC3-South 2014 Annual Spring Conference
  • Whole-Class Discussions Not Always Engaging CMC3-South 2014 Annual Spring Conference
  • What a Student Who Resisted Learned: “Not only can you learn on your own, you already do learn on your own and you will continue to learn on your own for your whole life!” -- Robert Talbert, Chronicle of Higher Education, “An Inverted Calculus Course: The Overture,” Jan 27, 2014 CMC3-South 2014 Annual Spring Conference
  • “There must be far less telling on the part of the teacher, and far more doing on the part of the student.” -- Jean Piaget, 1896-1980 CMC3-South 2014 Annual Spring Conference
  • • Teaching is no longer about the lecture • Content is everywhere! CMC3-South 2014 Annual Spring Conference
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  • Engagement: What is it? Rules of Engagement (ROE): Directives to military forces authorizing or limiting the use of force? Sitcom on CBS starring David Spade, 2007-2013? CMC3-South 2014 Annual Spring Conference
  • Engagement: What is it? • “The amount, type and intensity of investment students make in their educational experience” -- Jennings and Angelo, 2006 • “Student’s willingness, need, desire and compulsion to participate in and be successful in the learning process promoting higher level thinking for enduring understanding” -- Bomia, Elander, Johnson & Sheldon, 1997 • “The amount of time and effort students put into their studies and other educationally purposeful activities” -- National Survey of Student Engagement, Indiana University • “Students are involved in their work, persist despite challenges and obstacles, and take visible delight in accomplishing their work” -- Schlechty, 1994 • “Sustained behavioral involvement and generally positive emotions including enthusiasm, optimism, curiosity and interest” -- Skinner & Belmont, 1993 CMC3-South 2014 Annual Spring Conference
  • Hot Tips: Visit http://www.scoop.it/t/flipped-classroomin-higher-ed and follow #flipclass on Twitter! CMC3-South 2014 Annual Spring Conference
  • In 2013, the Chancellor’s Office selected 44 courses as Proven Course Redesign models to be scaled across other CSU campuses. Models include fully online, flipped, supplemental instruction services and technology-enhanced methods. 100 CSU faculty attended hands-on “eAcademies” and engaged in Professional Learning Communities. http://courseredesign.csuprojects.org/wp/ CMC3-South 2014 Annual Spring Conference
  • The Bottom Line • “Move traditional tasks of homework, rote memorization, lecture and recitation into an anytime role, which feeds the final benefit of liberation. Use technology to provide immediate feedback.” CMC3-South 2014 Annual Spring Conference
  • The Bottom Line • “Move traditional tasks of homework, rote memorization, lecture and recitation into an anytime role, which feeds the final benefit of liberation. Use technology to provide immediate feedback.” • “In class, engage students in higher order tasks and discussion; have them collaborate, explain, interpret and predict outcomes based on their lower level knowledge.” -- David Huckleberry, Educational Technologist, Purdue University, 2014 CMC3-South 2014 Annual Spring Conference
  • 1,000 HS and college students were asked, “What percentage would you assign to the importance of each of the following”: 40% 38% 23% FACILITATING ~ Primarily student-led work COACHING ~ You help students perform, give feedback and advice DIRECT TEACHING ~ Instruction on knowledge and skills “The More I Lecture, The Less I Know What they Understand,” Grant Wiggins, Authentic Education, NJ, 2014 CMC3-South 2014 Annual Spring Conference
  • Engagement: Tips & Tricks • How much class time will I lose? • How do I cover all the content? • How do I quit being the “sage on stage”? • How do I keep them from taking shortcuts? • How do I teach them the “easy way” or the “right way” to get an answer? • How do I make sure they don’t Facebook, text or e-mail during class time? • How can students possibly learn everything on their own that I normally cover in my lectures???? CMC3-South 2014 Annual Spring Conference
  • Engagement: Tips & Tricks • YOU are still the Professor • YOU provide a course outline, syllabus, schedule, learning resources, supplemental material, student support, tutorial resources, academic rigor and standards of behavior • YOU create a safe, non-threatening classroom environment • YOU make sure students participate and are involved in their work CMC3-South 2014 Annual Spring Conference
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  • Engagement: Tips & Tricks • YOU will discover the joy of doing what is uniquely human and more interactive, rather than simply delivering lectures. • YOU will have more time to interact personally with students, to mentor, advise, review individual work, and answer questions • YOU will learn more than ever about your subject matter and the way students learn! Tim Gunn, Fashion Consultant, Project Runway CMC3-South 2014 Annual Spring Conference
  • Thank You ffeldon@coastline.edu This presentation is available at http://www.slideshare.net/ffeldon CMC3-South 2014 Annual Spring Conference