My learning goal and clicker workshops all online

by Stephanie Chasteen on August 3, 2017

Giving workshops on the use of clickers / peer instruction, or learning goals?  I wanted to let you all know that my workshop materials for both topics are all compiled and archived online on our SEI Workshop Page.  There are also videos of several of my workshops (though a few years old, they still show the general approach).

I’ve developed or borrowed a variety of interactive activities for faculty to engage with these topics, such as:

  • Discussing why students get frustrated in poorly aligned courses.
  • Analyzing learning goals for the Three Little Pigs.
  • Trying out peer instruction as a student (using questions most faculty can engage with).
  • Analyzing facilitation techniques for peer instruction.
  • A “gallery walk” of clicker questions for various purposes.

I’m happy to answer questions (preferably in the comments) about the use of any of these materials!  Please feel free to post links to your own workshop repositories — it would be great to borrow workshops from others.  I particularly need good materials for helping faculty develop effective assessments; it’s such a big topic I’ve never quite managed to get a good workshop put together on it.


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