Engaging First Year Students
Student success is measured by student learning. Learning is a shared responsibility between the student and the instructor. Learning begins with engagement , but how do you know your students are learning?
Fall 2015 Powerpoint Presentations:
Sept 16th Meeting, Anali Makoui, CRTE, Active Learning Techniques
Oct- Dec Meetings: How do you know your students are learning?, Adriana Signorini
American Radio Works: http://americanradioworks.publicradio.org/features/tomorrows-college/lectures/
Bennett, Jeffrey: http://math-for-life.com/
Daniel Willingham. Cognitive Process: http://www.danielwillingham.com/articles.html
Daniel Chambliss. The power of the personal: http://chronicle.com/article/The-Power-of-the-Personal/148743/
Idea Papers: http://ideaedu.org/research-and-papers/idea-papers/
Improving Classroom Performance by Challenging STudent Misconceptions about Learning. Chew, S. L. ObserverVol.23, N 4, April 2010.
Perez-Pena, R. Colleges Reinvent Classes to Keep Students in Sciences, Dec 26, 2014.
Society for the teaching of psychology: http://teachpsych.org/ebooks/asle2014/index.php
Steven Chew, Professor of the Year 2011, videos on How to Get the Most Out of Studying ( over 2 million views)
The Little Orange Book: Short lessons in excellent teaching, http://utpress.utexas.edu/
Vanderbilt University, Center for Teaching: Flipping the Classroom
Brown, P., Roediger, H., & McDaniel, M. Make it stick.
Carey, B. How we learn.
Dweck, C. (2006). Mindset. New York: Random House.
Chambliss, D. & Takacs, C. How college works.
Didau, D., Bjork, R., & William, D. What if everything you knew about education was wrong?.
Lang, J. Cheating lessons.
McGuire, S. & McGuire, S. Teach students how to learn.