Learner-Centered Teaching: Where Should I Start?

Presented by: Maryellen Weimer, Ph.D.

With learner-centered teaching, students take more responsibility for their learning. Learn three strategies that demonstrate learner-centered approaches that benefit teachers and students.

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Mary Weimer video

What Is the Best Way to Grade Participation?

Presented by: Maryellen Weimer, Ph.D..

You know how essential it is for students to be active participants in their education. But how do you grade them on it? Learn an overview of what not to do when grading participation, activities worth doing, how to do them, and how to evaluate your own process.

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Linda Suskie video

How Can Rubrics Make Grading Easier and Faster?

Presented by: Linda Suskie.

Rubrics can take a good deal of time and effort to create, but the payback when you grade student work makes them more than worthwhile. Learn strategies to use rubrics to help you finish your grading more quickly and painlessly

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Mary C. Clement video

How Can I Use a Total Point System to Clarify Grading?

Presented by: Mary C. Clement, Ed.D..

A total point grading system helps student understand how grades are determined and what their grades are throughout the semester. End grading frustration and lean how to implement this system.

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Jean Mandernach video

How Can I Use Technology to Create Custom Automated Feedback?

Presented by: Jean Mandernach, Ph.D..

Providing sufficiently detailed feedback in the online classroom can be time-consuming and overwhelming. This session provides strategies to help automate repetitive feedback tasks. Learn characteristics of effective feedback banks and an overview of technologies for organizing, storing, and implementing feedback.

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Christy Price video

How Can I Get Students to Take Responsibility for Their Own Learning?

Presented by: Christy Price, Ed.D.

Using findings from cognitive and educational psychology research, you can encourage students to take charge of their own learning. Learn multiple approaches to increase student responsibility and establish a learning-centered environment in your next course.

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