GoPRO’s serve many instructor and student needs Jason Slade has met the assessment challenge by using GoPRO’s (cameras that attach to your body) with his RAM120 robotics students. He has figured out all kinds of uses for the GoPro that help not only students but instructors as well. Check it out his Sharing Showcase video.… Continue Reading Sharing Showcase – Jason Slade Using GoPro’s
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Thanks to all faculty who attended the January PD day on Monday. We hope the overview of Dee Fink’s significant learning model was useful and helps you feel ready to write or revise your outcomes as well as link your assessments to your outcomes. Here are a couple important points to remember: Your revised outcomes… Continue Reading January PD Day: Creating Significant Learning
A number of faculty gathered in the library on the last Thursday of the semester to pound out some final grading. Mark DeLonge and Ryan Bernstein were there to solve Moodle problems and Tina Ulrich helped with research questions. We broke up the grading with pizza, salad and periodic raffle drawings–maybe Lorissa Nelson will show you… Continue Reading The Long Night of Grading Got It Done!
This year’s Mid-Year Opening Conference and Professional Development Day will be January 9. During the professional development portion of the day, we will continue our focus on developing course outcomes with the goal of finalizing all course outlines by January 13. All courses outlines will be due to area chairs on January 13, and those… Continue Reading January Professional Development Day
Scantron forms and scanners are antiquated tools still in use at NMC, but many instructors and academic areas are phasing them out in favor of newer assessment technology. During the October PD day I lead a session introducing the Teaching Assistant application, a technology already available on several campus Kyocera copiers and printers. Teaching Assistant allows you to… Continue Reading Ditch the Dinosaur: Advance your Assessment Technology