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Student engagement - in academic courses
Student engagement - in academic courses
Student engagement - in academic courses
Student engagement - in academic courses
Student engagement - in academic courses
Student engagement - in academic courses
Student engagement - in academic courses
Student engagement - in academic courses
Student engagement - in academic courses
Student engagement - in academic courses
Student engagement - in academic courses
Student engagement - in academic courses
Student engagement - in academic courses
Student engagement - in academic courses
Student engagement - in academic courses
Student engagement - in academic courses
Student engagement - in academic courses
Student engagement - in academic courses
Student engagement - in academic courses
Student engagement - in academic courses
Student engagement - in academic courses
Student engagement - in academic courses
Student engagement - in academic courses
Student engagement - in academic courses
Student engagement - in academic courses
Student engagement - in academic courses
Student engagement - in academic courses
Student engagement - in academic courses
Student engagement - in academic courses
Student engagement - in academic courses
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Student engagement - in academic courses

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Engaging students begins in the classroom. Any institutional efforts at increasing engagement or retention must begin with faculty and academic activities.

Engaging students begins in the classroom. Any institutional efforts at increasing engagement or retention must begin with faculty and academic activities.

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  • 1. Engagement v. CorrectnessEngagement v. CoverageEngagement v. ConsistencyEngagement v. Control
  • 2. UNT Technology : Engagement
  • 3. EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING EXAMPLE: DAM IT! Competitive simulation game that lasts for one month Students play one of three roles dealing with the historic Hetch Hetchy dam project: •Member of U.S. Senate Committee on Public Lands •Preservationist – e.g., John Muir •Conservationist – e.g., Colonel John Biddle Students reenact the public hearing and committee voteOther examples:• Moot Court Simulations• Electoral College games• What’s the Deal• Flash Mobs
  • 4. http://www.assessment.ua.edu/CLASSE/Instruments.htm
  • 5. UCF SuccessStrategies:• Startup• Orientation• Starting Module• Socialization• Tips and Hints• Assessment• Feedback• Tech Instructions• Communication Policies• Time Management• Academic Resources• Technical Resources
  • 6. http://www.schreyerinstitute.psu.edu/Tools/Large
  • 7. http://cft.vanderbilt.edu/teaching-guides/teaching-activities/lecturing/#basics
  • 8. Gettysburg Address as Powerpointwww.slideshare.net/fatuousplatitudes/gettysburg-address

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