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Monthly Archive for February, 2012

Blogging about Blogging

With a constant influx of fancy new technology at our finger tips, many instructors jump at the opportunity to incorporate these new tools into the classroom.  Each tool boasts an impressive resume of improving student learning, building a sense of community, and fostering student discussion.  What they don’t tell you is that instructing students to […]

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Peer-led Team Learning

Peer-led Team learning (PLTL) is a method commonly used in undergraduate science courses where students who have completed the course and done well are recruited to become peer-leaders to the students the following year.  These peer-leaders then interact with current students promoting critical thinking through group problem solving.  This method has gained significant momentum in […]

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The one-point raise

You can use a Google Form with this technique for collecting student feedback.

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