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Blended Learning Initiative:
Participant Panel on Practical
Pedagogies
Name
School Symposium 2013
@ TLT
Department

Jeff L...
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Blended Teaching Techniques
Active engagement with classroom response
systems
Just-in-Time Teaching
Flipped Teaching
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Planned Topics
We will each:

• Share data
• Share stories
• Share surprises
• Share time traveling advice
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Data
John, Abstract Algebra:
Always more views (unique IPs) than students.
At least one “command performance” per week....
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Data
Courtney, Intro. to Psychology:
71% response rate, with warm-ups worth 10%
Dave, College Algebra:
77% average part...
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Stories
John, Abstract Algebra:
Repeated views and out-of-class engagement
Ting, Intro. to Sociology:
Student reflectio...
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Stories
Dave, College Algebra:
Student comments and follow-ups
Arlene, Intro. to Women’s Studies:
Accountability and co...
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Surprises
John, Abstract Algebra:
Class time is best used on mechanics, videos
lectures work best with concepts
Ting, I...
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Surprises
Dave, College Algebra:
Student asked for more clicker questions
Arlene, Intro. to Women’s Studies:
Better pre...
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Time Traveling Advice
John, Abstract Algebra:
Motivation: It is enjoyable
Advice: Prepare better and shift focus
Ting,...
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Time Traveling Advice
Dave, College Algebra:
Motivation: This will help students be able
pinpoint what they don’t unde...
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Other Questions?
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Your Summary
For yourself… or to share?

What was the most important idea you heard during
this discussion?
What part ...
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  1. 1. Blended Learning Initiative: Participant Panel on Practical Pedagogies Name School Symposium 2013 @ TLT Department Jeff Loats, Ph.D., Physics John Carter, Ph.D., Math Ting Jiang, Ph.D., Sociology Courtney Rocheleau, Ph.D., Psychology Dave Ruch, Ph.D., Math
  2. 2. 2 Blended Teaching Techniques Active engagement with classroom response systems Just-in-Time Teaching Flipped Teaching
  3. 3. 3 Planned Topics We will each: • Share data • Share stories • Share surprises • Share time traveling advice
  4. 4. 4 Data John, Abstract Algebra: Always more views (unique IPs) than students. At least one “command performance” per week. Ting, Intro. to Sociology: JiTT respondents Week 1-10 Number of participants 25 20 15 10 5 0 L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 L6 L7 L8 JiTT lessons L9 L10 L11 L12 L13
  5. 5. 5 Data Courtney, Intro. to Psychology: 71% response rate, with warm-ups worth 10% Dave, College Algebra: 77% average participation on Reading Quizzes, 100% on in-class clicker questions. Arlene, Intro. to Women’s Studies: 25 students, 10 warm-ups. ~52% of students have completed 5 or more of them. 20% have asked for off-line warm-ups.
  6. 6. 6 Stories John, Abstract Algebra: Repeated views and out-of-class engagement Ting, Intro. to Sociology: Student reflections: Ethnocentrism, socialization & achieved vs. ascribed status Courtney, Intro. to Psychology: The effects of sharing concepts in student’s own words.
  7. 7. 7 Stories Dave, College Algebra: Student comments and follow-ups Arlene, Intro. to Women’s Studies: Accountability and connections
  8. 8. 8 Surprises John, Abstract Algebra: Class time is best used on mechanics, videos lectures work best with concepts Ting, Intro. to Sociology: Student acceptance of warm-up work Courtney, Intro. to Psychology: Negative: Student resistance to warm-ups Positive: Quality (and origin) of responses
  9. 9. 9 Surprises Dave, College Algebra: Student asked for more clicker questions Arlene, Intro. to Women’s Studies: Better preparation doesn’t remove hesitation to share with the larger group.
  10. 10. 10 Time Traveling Advice John, Abstract Algebra: Motivation: It is enjoyable Advice: Prepare better and shift focus Ting, Intro. to Sociology: Advice: Be sure warm-up assignments are available as promised Courtney, Intro. to Psychology: Motivation: It isn’t all-or-nothing and it does help with tough concepts. Advice: Change the kinds of warm-up questions
  11. 11. 11 Time Traveling Advice Dave, College Algebra: Motivation: This will help students be able pinpoint what they don’t understand. Arlene, Intro. to Women’s Studies: Motivation: JiTT will help you prepare. Advice: Lower weight placed on warm-ups. Do an orientation day early on with computers. Ask students to bring responses to class.
  12. 12. 12 Other Questions?
  13. 13. 13 Your Summary For yourself… or to share? What was the most important idea you heard during this discussion? What part of our discussion remains the fuzziest? Contact Jeff: Jeff.Loats@gmail.com Slides: www.slideshare.net/JeffLoats
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