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Lessons Learned from Lecturing

  1. 10 Lessons Learned from Lecturing… Laura A. Pasquini Lecturer, UNT Learning Technologies laura.pasquini@unt.edu @laurapasquini
  2. From Kindergarten to Ph.D. – Teaching & Learning has been “my thing”
  3. #10: Be Open Sharing is caring. Open Education Resources (OER) & Creative Commons – share well & often.
  4. Open Access @ UNT http://openaccess.unt.edu/ Creative Commons http://creativecommons.org/ OER Commons https://www.oercommons.org/
  5. The Digital Scholar Movement Martin Weller a.k.a. @mweller … The Ed Techie 6
  6. #9: Create Teaching Files Your teaching files will be collections of resources and teaching strategies to implement for your future courses. Hint: Consider building this NOW in the GSTEP program!
  7. #8: Grow a Personal Learning Network Share ideas, collaborate, and commiserate about your teaching experiences.
  8. The Power of the Hashtag
  9. Maybe your teaching network is already chatting? Check out the hashtags! http://bitly.com/TwitterChatSchedule
  10. 11 #ugstSTORY
  11. #7: Reflect on Your Teaching Reflection helps your teaching practice – take notes, work out ideas, post strategies & see #10 (share)
  12. Reflection http://techknowtools.wordpress.com/
  13. #6: Always be Learning. Take the opportunity to attend a class, sit in a lecture, join an online class or sit in a seminar in your field. You can learn a great deal from your peers about teaching & learning in your discipline. Keep learning yourself.
  14. #5: Find a Mentor (or Many) You will need support, advice, a sounding board & more – find a few of this in your department, field, & GSTEP cohort.
  15. Professional Mentoring, Perhaps? NACADA Emerging Leader Program Cohort 2012-2014
  16. #4: Being Purposeful Course Objectives Student Learning Outcomes Assignments Assessments Rubrics Grading/Scoring
  17. Purpose in my curriculum planning… Learning Service Establish intentional learning outcomes for teaching that can be delivered in different mediums & modes. Engagement Provide service learning & experiential opportunities. Use of tools to inform and build communities among the learners = scaffolding
  18. #3: Measuring Success Measurement matters. How will you track your progress? {more than the SETE} How will you know your learners know? -Consider check-in points -Midterm evaluations -Assignments & artifacts -Active Engagement -Applied Learning
  19. https://storify.com/ugststory
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  21. #2: Be Organized in Your Teaching Consider: • Syllabus Structure • Lecture Preparation • Learning Outcomes • Assessments • Grading & feedback • Communication Style Plan from the end to the beginning.
  22. Plan from the end to the beginning.
  23. #1: Manage Your Time Good teaching takes time. Consider Your OWN SCHEDULE first – plan or be planned! Plan from the end to the beginning. - Other job responsibilities - Travel schedule - Research requirements - Your own life needs - Balance = well-being
  24. Benefits from the GSTEP Program •Connected and shared learning strategies •Challenge and support from GSTEP cohort, mentors, CLEAR, and the UNT Community •Opportunities to “play in the sandbox” with a network of scholars •Comprehensive instructional design, curriculum planning, and teaching foundations development
  25. Fall 2013 GSTEP Graduates
  26. Stay connected… @laurapasquini Happy teaching! {Thanks} Laura.Pasquini@unt.edu

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