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SITT 2022: Freeing Up Space to Make a Large Lecture Engaging by Alisa Shubb

In this talk Dr. Alisa Shubb shares her two-part strategy to increase student engagement in large lecture classes. We examined some of the unique opportunities a live event presents and how she has…

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SITT 2022: Strategies and Practices in Facilitating Students' Class Engagement by Yutian Tan

In this presentation, the author will share her strategies in facilitating students' engagement and discussion in an introductory level culture class (CHN 009: Introduction to Chinese Language…

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SITT 2022: The Collaborative Syllabus by HJ Hether

The Collaborative Syllabus: Unmuting Students by Inviting them into Course Design In collaborative syllabus-building the term begins with an unfinished syllabus in which students are invited to…

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A Conversation about Two-Stage Assessments with Miriam Markum: A SITT 2022 Interview with Dr. Andy Jones

Two-stage exams are a tool to measure individual student mastery while also providing a highly-engaging, collaborative learning opportunity. During a two-stage exam, students first take an individual…

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SITT 2022: Frequent student presentations in a technology-enhanced classroom (Walker 1330) by Susan Gentry

An interactive classroom, Walker 1330, was leveraged to provide frequent formative feedback on quarter-long group projects in an upper-division engineering course. Student groups would periodically…

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DOLCE - March 4, 2022 - Faculty presentations on privacy, accessibility, and engagement

ATS' March 4th DOLCE (Discussing Online Learning and Collaborative Education) meeting featured faculty and staff presenting on instructional technology and pedagogy topics. Lisa Rapalyea of…

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Week 6 Discussion Lauren Hennelly

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His 147C: Enlightenment Project of Modernity Pt. 2: Habermas

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SITT 2021 - Technologies to Advance Anti-racist Teaching

Kem Saichaie, Michelle Rossi, and Cecilia Gomez Technology can play a central role in the advancement of anti-racist teaching practices. In this session, participants will review the Community of…

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SITT 2021 - Using Canvas and Gradescope as tools in the Building of Equity and Inclusion in the Large Classroom

Janine Wilson In the Fall of 2020, I taught four courses and created new assessments for each. My presentation will discuss key innovations in assessments given the various course levels and sizes…

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SITT 2021 - Day 1 Welcome & Keynote: A Better World on the Other Side: A Few Lessons from Teaching in a Pandemic

**Keynote begins at 14:30** Bettina Ng'weno At the beginning of the pandemic in early 2020, we were struck by the glaring inequalities made visible by Covid 19. At the university level,…

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SITT 2021 - Designing Collaborative Exams That Pass the Test

Miriam Martin Two-stage exams allow instructors to both assess individual conceptual mastery and promote learning through intensive peer discussion. During a two-stage remote exam, students first…

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