Jillian M Miller
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(865) 354-3000 ext. 4187
Jessica N Dalton-Carriger
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(865) 354-3000 ext. 4853
"In a context where the students' actions are central, the educator must become a more adaptive learner/teacher." - Eynon & Iuzzini (ATD Teaching & Learning Toolkit)
Do your assessments really demonstrate mastery of your course objectives? This hands-on workshop will address the many different types of assessments that can be implemented in your courses and how you can create assignments and assessments that demonstrate that students have learned the material. Zoom Link
Seven Roane State faculty received grant funding to create a collaborative project over the Summer of 2022 and implement it in Fall of 2022. These faculty will share details about their projects and the student learning outcomes that resulted from implementation. Zoom Link
With gas prices and schedules what they are, some students are looking for ways to cut down on travel time and costs. Hyflex (Hybrid – Flexible) courses allow students to engage in multiple ways – on-ground, synchronously, or asynchronously. Come discuss perceived barriers and affordances to offering a Hyflex course, learn about how technology makes this model possible, and consider how this model would integrate into your course(s).
Join CTAT for a session focused on using different tools in Momentum that will save you time throughout the semester. There are hidden gems in the Course Overview Widget, Class List, Exemptions, Activity Feed, your course Grade book and more that you may not know about! Join us and learn more about saving time during the semester.
Do you find your students’ attention waning as the class period dredges on? Using research by James Lang’s Distracted: Why Students Can’t Focus and What You Can Do About It this workshop aims to show the benefit of modular teaching. Where breaking your lecture up into smaller activities helps to keep attention and increase learning.
It’s more than a pyramid and verbs. Bloom’s Taxonomy can be an important tool for teaching and learning in the classroom. The “Teaching with Blooms” workshop will not only cover the basics of Bloom’s Taxonomy, but also why and how we should be applying those levels to our own teaching and the importance of understanding those levels when it comes to student retention.
(Recorded Meeting: Teaching with Blooms)
Camtasia is an awesome tool for creating videos, and it's even more user-friendly when you know a few tips and tricks for streamlining the video making process. Join your CTAT team as we work with you to apply advanced elements, effects and use some time-saving methods to create your next video.
As we head into a new school year and the tail end of our current QEP now is the time to revamp our efforts on implementing the QEP. Workshop materials will be made available. The workshop will begin with a brief overview of our current QEP: Learning in Action, including the history and rationale for choosing the topic, as well as how it has impacted students in a positive way. Additionally, we will share project-based and active and collaborative learning strategies that faculty are using before participants explore concrete ways to incorporate these strategies into their own classes with guidance from workshop facilitators.
Rubrics are amazing! They help communicate assignment requirements to your students which help you solve the problem of repetitive questions, etc. They also allow you to easily grade the assignment once the students' work is done. They save you time and additional effort - what could be better than that? In this session, your CTAT team will show you to how to incorporate this very handy tool into your next course.
Jillian M Miller • (865) 354-3000 ext. 4187 • Click name for email address
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