Join University Museums CELT Faculty Affiliate, Dr. William Gallus, and University Museums curator Adrienne Gennett for a workshop to learn how to integrate visual literacy and learning into curriculum using University Museums Art on Campus Collection. Basic concepts for understanding how faculty can engage students to become better attuned to reading visual information will be presented by looking at several examples of art connected to STEM fields. Participants will be guided in ways to help students learn how to dissect and interpret visual information that can then become part of a toolkit for better critical thinking and communication skills.
Use a one-take video recording for your content, Dr. Saxon Ryan
Dr. Saxon Ryan who is an Assistant Teaching Professor in Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering shares advice. In this video, Dr. Ryan discusses how to use a one-take video recording for content in this Tip for Teaching video (54 secs).
Discover more tips for recording content on the Video Creation page.
Students create a practical recording for reflective practice, Dr. Kira Werstein
Dr. Kira Werstein, Associate Teaching Professor (Kinesiology) here at Iowa State, explains how students create a practical recording for reflective practice for this Tips for Teaching video (2m 7 secs).
Students recorded themselves, leading a friend or family member in an exercise. The students then used a specific rubric to reflect on their work and requested a peer to complete the same rubric. Finally, the students shared the recording and both rubrics, along with a self-reflection with Werstein.
Discover more ideas on the Remote Assessments strategies page.
Facilitate interactive case studies in the online environment, Dr. Jessica Ward
Dr. Jessica Ward, Associate Professor (Veterinary Clinical Sciences) here at Iowa State shares how to facilitate interactive case studies in the online environment in this Tip for Teaching video (4 mins).
Discover more ideas on the Remote Assessments page.