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Virtual Event: Getting Inside the Minds of Students

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Slides for the McGraw-Hill Virtual Event in March 2016

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Virtual Event: Getting Inside the Minds of Students

  1. 1. How Data Allows Us to Get Inside the Minds of Our Students Michael Windelspecht, PhD Appalachian State Ricochet Creative
  2. 2. “It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is most adaptable to change.” Charles Darwin
  3. 3. Dictionary Circa 2,300 BCE Inquiry Into Life 2016 2016
  4. 4. Socrates Circa 400 BCE 2015
  5. 5. Quick Poll Which of the following best describes the students in your non-majors classes? a. Majority are majoring in a non-science field b. About an even mixture of science majors and non- majors c. Majority are pre-professional (nursing, etc) students d. None of the above (place your answer in the chat area!)
  6. 6. Structure of a Module The Cancer Gene We All Have Overview of Cancer Cell Division Staging and Cancer Characteristics Causes of Genetic Mutations Cancer Treatment
  7. 7. Challenges
  8. 8. Students Don’t Know What They Don’t Know
  9. 9. Quick Poll What are you assigning your students to do before coming to lecture a. Reading assignment only b. Reading assignment and short quiz c. Relevancy materials (videos, articles) d. None of the above (place your answer in the chat area!)
  10. 10. Did it Work?
  11. 11. SmartBook Reports: Module Details
  12. 12. Metacognitive Report
  13. 13. SmartBook Reports: Missed Questions
  14. 14. From the video on Tuesday, what are two things you can identify about a cell that has become cancerous? 3 Minute Brain Dump
  15. 15. iClicker Question Since BRCA1 acts to screen DNA of damage before replication – at what checkpoint would it be active? a. G1/S b. G2/M c. M
  16. 16. But did it REALLY work???
  17. 17. Student Interest
  18. 18. Data and Content Development
  19. 19. Essentials 3e Essentials 4e
  20. 20. 59% level of difficulty; 9947 responses Initial Review
  21. 21. 39% Building Learning Resources
  22. 22. Quick Poll If you use videos and animations in your class – what is the average length that your students will watch? a. Around 2 minutes b. Between 3 and 5 minutes c. More than 7 minutes d. Other ideas? Place them in the chat area!
  23. 23. Analyzing Learning Resources
  24. 24. YouTube Analytics
  25. 25. Go Live at this Point in the Presentation
  26. 26. Microlearning: Vines
  27. 27. Learning Resources RicochetScience.com
  28. 28. “You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.” . R. Buckminster Fuller
  29. 29. For More Information on this Presentation: http://michaelwindelspecht.com/MHE-Virtual- 2016/

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