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    1. 1. +College Teaching 102: Discussion, Lecture,Testing, and Technology…E lle n S t e v e n s & J o n i D u n la pC e n t e r f o r F a c u lt y D e v e lo p m e n tU n iv e r s it y o f C o lo r a d o D e n v e r
    2. 2. +P e o p l e d o n ’t p a y a t t e n t i o n t o b r in g t h in g s . o Emotional arousal helps the brain learn.  Audiences check out after 10 minutes, but you can keep grabbing them back by telling narratives or creating events rich in emotion. ~ John Medina (2008), Brain Rules, pg. 94
    3. 3. +
    4. 4. + What are your concerns, questions, and ideas about facilitating discussions?
    5. 5. + Community  Expectations  Trust  Relevance  Modeling  Practice  Shared responsibilities  Balanced voices
    6. 6. + “Maybe if I sit in the back she won’t call on me…”
    7. 7. + Ensuring prereading  Setting expectations  Garnering enthusiasm  Establishing relevance  Assigning readings carefully  Framing with questions, structure
    8. 8. + Ensuring prereading  Setting expectations  Garnering enthusiasm  Establishing relevance  Assigning readings carefully  F r a m i n g w i t h q u e s t i o n s , structure
    9. 9. +Using thought-provoking prompts Neil Postman once wrote, “ComputersNeil Postman once wrote, “Computers are merely ingenious devices to fulfillare merely ingenious devices to fulfill unimportant functions. The computerunimportant functions. The computer revolution is an explosion ofrevolution is an explosion of nonsense.”nonsense.” Why do you think Postman wrote this?Do you agree or disagree with What evidence do you believe hePostman? would reference to support his perspective? What would you say to change his mind, or at least present an alternative perspective? What is your viewpoint, and why?
    10. 10. + Ensuring prereading  Setting expectations  Garnering enthusiasm  Establishing relevance  Assigning readings carefully  F r a m i n g w i t h questions, s t r u c t u r e
    11. 11. +Prompting discussion prep  Responding to prompts in advance  Reviewing discussion expectations in advance
    12. 12. + “If I’m lucky, the same people who always answer the questions will do so again today…”
    13. 13. +Structuring discussions, part 1 B a s ic f o r m a t  Physical space  Group size  Length of time  Modeling  Extension questions  Time-outs
    14. 14. +Structuring discussions, part 2 R o le a s s ig n m e n t  Time manager  Summarizer  Recorder  Devil’s Advocate  Provocateur  Fact checker
    15. 15. +Structuring discussions, part 3 D is c u s s io n p r o t o c o ls  Provides structure  Defines roles and level of participation  Balances voices and time
    16. 16. + “The Final Word”
    17. 17. + “How many times do I need to talk to meet the participation requirement?”
    18. 18. + Assessing discussions  Shared responsibility  One-minute papers  Discussion rubric/assessment tool
    19. 19. + Discussion assessments, part 1 S h a r e d r e s p o n s ib ilit ie s
    20. 20. + Discussion assessments, part 2  O n e -m in u t e p a p e r s
    21. 21. + Discussion assessments, part 3 D is c u s s io n r u b r i c /a s s e s s m e n t t o o l
    22. 22. +
    23. 23. + One of our challenges…
    24. 24. + What are your concerns, questions, and ideas about lecturing?
    25. 25. + Purpose of lecture  Arouse interest, gain attention  Clarify content, present content in a different way  Demonstrate skills, actions  Provide link between theory/readings and practice  Attend to questions, challenges, perspectives, ideas  Assess readiness to proceed with new content
    26. 26. +Students-do-something-now strategies
    27. 27. + Low & high tech
    28. 28. +http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lBYrKPoVFwg
    29. 29. +Think ~ Pair ~ Share
    30. 30. + Interview
    31. 31. + Point-counterpoint
    32. 32. + Fishbowl
    33. 33. + Once upon a time…
    34. 34. + Mini lectures, Pecha Kucha & Ignite
    35. 35. + People’s choice lecture
    36. 36. + A break in the action
    37. 37. + One-minute papers & quizzes
    38. 38. + What about PowerPoint?
    39. 39. + Change it up
    40. 40. +
    41. 41. + What are your concerns, questions, and ideas about testing?
    42. 42. + Test Anxiety
    43. 43. + Loopholes
    44. 44. + “Creative” responses
    45. 45. + "Its curvy, with a higher bit at the end and a rather aesthetically pleasing slope downwards towards a pretty flat strait bit. The actual graph itself consists of 2 straight lines meeting at the lower left hand corner of the graph and moving away at a 90 anger each line has an arrow head on the end."
    46. 46. + Cheating & plagiarizing
    47. 47. + Collaborative exams
    48. 48. + Student exam construction
    49. 49. + Got-it-’til-you-get-it exam
    50. 50. + The People’s Choice exam
    51. 51. + On-the-spot quiz construction
    52. 52. + Quiz-plus-one
    53. 53. + Voting a question off the island
    54. 54. + Stump the professor
    55. 55. + Phone a friend
    56. 56. + Name that answer  The word cat is found under this letter in the alphabet.  Colors that end in u r p l e .  The sound a doggie makes.
    57. 57. + Quizzes on collaborative projects
    58. 58. + Write the best test question for today’s workshop…
    59. 59. +
    60. 60. + Introducing technologies & fun!  Re-connect  Re-assess  Re-invent  Re-minisce
    61. 61. + Reconnect: 5 minute phone call
    62. 62. + Reconnect: Virtual Paper Bag Flickr.com Prezi.com Wordle.net Songza.org Picnik.com
    63. 63. +Virtual paper bag:Five imagesVia« http://www.flickr.com/photos/23416171@N05/« http://www.flickr.com/photos/47120078@N05/« http://www.flickr.com/photos/47272513@N07/« http://www.flickr.com/photos/dungfang/sets/72157623331524824/
    64. 64. + Virtual paper bag: 350-word story Far away from where she lives now is a place that she holds dearly in her heart. It is where she returns for solace when times turn a little stressful. It still has the power to comfort her and reassure her. No wonder her favorite vacation spots are still by the water’s edge. C H IL D H O O D
    65. 65. +Via http://prezi.com/fz1foidonrdu/
    66. 66. + Virtual paper bag: Word cloud
    67. 67. + Reassessing: Surveys
    68. 68. + Reassessing: What are we learning?Via http://tinyurl.com/275xfvc
    69. 69. + Reinventing: Guest lectures
    70. 70. + Reinventing: Story galleries
    71. 71. + Reinvent: Students take charge Via http://commonvalues.weebly.com/index.html
    72. 72. + Reinvent: Alternative approaches  Music video  Pecha kucha/Ignite  CD cover w/liner notes  Comic book  Movie poster  Digital story  Radio program  Game  Interpretive dance!Viahttp://www.vcasmo.com/video/SuzieRose/8202http://csuth.org/ignitehttp://tinyurl.com/2brz5gphttp://tinyurl.com/2fbkgy7
    73. 73. + Reminisce: Lessons LearnedVia http://www.flickr.com/groups/it6710spring2010/
    74. 74. + Reminisce: Zoltar
    75. 75. + Reminisce: Superhero powers
    76. 76. + Reminisce: Celebrate!
    77. 77. + Center for Faculty Development  Website - http://www.ucdenver.edu/faculty_staff/faculty/center-for-faculty-developmen  Contact information – ellen.stevens@ucdenver.edu joni.dunlap@ucdenver.edu

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