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Presentation from Ignite AMATYC, Jacksonville, FL, November 9, 2012. Improve teaching and learning with academic content in discussion boards and easy grading of open-ended assignments.

Presentation from Ignite AMATYC, Jacksonville, FL, November 9, 2012. Improve teaching and learning with academic content in discussion boards and easy grading of open-ended assignments.

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  • 1. HTML Embed Code, Peer Review and the Cloud By Fred Feldon Coastline CC Fountain Valley, CA
  • 2. Mathematical Discussion Should Be the “Heart” of All Your Classes
  • 3. Mathematical Discussion Should Be the “Heart” of All Your Classes “There must be far less telling on the part of theteacher, and far more doingon the part of the student.” Jean Piaget
  • 4. Academic Content inOnline Discussion Boards
  • 5. http://www.techsmith.com/jing
  • 6. Add “HTML Embed Code” Button to Jing
  • 7. Add “HTML Embed Code” Button to Jing
  • 8. Copy “HTML Embed Code” to Clipboard
  • 9. Pasting “HTML Embed Code” into Discussion BoardCourseCompass (Old Design)
  • 10. Pasting “HTML Embed Code” into Discussion Board PearsonMyLab (New Design)Right Click Here
  • 11. Peer Review and Cloud ComputingLiberal Arts Math Writing and Research Component -- Choose One:
  • 12. “Peer review raises academic standards in the classroom.” Carol Boston, ERIC Clearinghouse on Assessment and Evaluation, University of Maryland, College Park, 2002 “When students are asked to write for one another, they write more effectively.” Richard Light, Harvard University, 2003 “Peer review ensures that the material is correct, as well as relevant, original and well written for the readers.” Ellen Yi-Luen Do, Department of Architecture, University of Washington, 2004 “Peer review ensures the quality of papers that are published, sets scientific standards of the discipline and subtler standards of collegiality, behavior and ethics.”Ethics of Peer Review: A Guide for Manuscript Reviewers, Sara Rockwell, Ph.D., Yale University School of Medicine, 2005 “Collaborative peer review is well suited as a formative evaluation.” Larry Keig and Michael Waggoner, Truman State University, The Center for Teaching and Learning, 1994
  • 13. http://writer.zoho.com
  • 14. MOOC: Massive open online courseshttps://www.coursera.org/course/maththink https://www.coursera.org/course/precalculus
  • 15. PatrickJMT on YouTube
  • 16. I’ve never done this well in a math class. I learned I can do math! The curiositywe had as kids fades away and now we need practical applications. This classhas it! I especially enjoyed reading everyone’s video project report (and writing my own). – AS Spring 2012This is the first math class I’ve actually enjoyed, ever! Math C100 (Liberal Arts Math) is one of the best courses I’ve ever taken. – RM Fall 2011 This is the most valuable and relevant math class I’ve ever taken. I learnednew things and found new Internet sites I’ll be sharing with my whole family. I will recommend this course to friends over and over. – LG Summer 2011 The video project made me go from being terrified of math to being totally respectful and in awe of math. Anyone frustrated with algebra or geometry should take this course. – GG Spring 2011 I recommend this class to everyone. I always wondered where and whenanyone would use math. This course answered that question: Everywhere and all the time! – MB Fall 2010This course should be a requirement for all college students. Seriously! You’re not just memorizing stuff. You’re learning how to explain and better understand the world around you. – SL Summer 2010
  • 17. Thank You ffeldon@coastline.eduThis presentation is available to download at http://www.slideshare.net/ffeldon Related videos are at http://www.youtube.com/ffeldon