Category: Teaching Brief

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NCORE Webinar – Mindfully Resolving Cross-Cultural Conflicts in the Classroom

The National Conference on Race and Ethnicity (NCORE) is offering a free webinar on Wednesday, September 1 from 3:00-4:30 p.m. CST titled Mindfully Resolving Cross-Cultural Conflicts in the Classroom. The presenter for this webinar will be Lee Mun Wah, who is noted on the NCORE website as: an internationally renowned Chinese American documentary filmmaker, author, poet, Asian folk teller, … Continue reading NCORE Webinar – Mindfully Resolving Cross-Cultural Conflicts in the Classroom

Effective assessments in an asynchronous, online, large-enrollment chemistry course

Effective assessments in an asynchronous, online, large-enrollment chemistry course, Dr. Cristina Bonaccorsi and Ritushree Chatterjee

Cristina Bonaccorsi, Associate Teaching Professor of Chemistry, and Ritushree Chatterjee, Senior Instructional Designer, ELO, detail different assessment strategies to evaluate learning progress and communicate frequent and constructive feedback, affording students numerous opportunities to self-correct and reflect.

Piazza to the rescue: Being a present Math instructor

Piazza to the rescue: Being a present Math instructor, Dr. Timothy H. McNicholl

A Collection of Teaching Advice: Teaching through the Pandemic Piazza to the rescue: Being a present Math instructor, Dr. Timothy H. McNicholl Timothy McNicholl, Professor of Mathematics, provided many opportunities for his students to assume active roles in their learning with Piazza, an instructional chat platform.  Listen to the audio Listen to the Piazza to … Continue reading Piazza to the rescue: Being a present Math instructor, Dr. Timothy H. McNicholl