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Redesign STEM Courses to Maximize Assessment …to collect and use data…. Jeffery S. Thomas Assistant Teaching Professor Civil, Architectural & Environmental Engineering. Inverted Classes - watch videos outside of class - work on homework during class - do experiments during class.

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Redesign stem courses to maximize assessment to collect and use data

Redesign STEM Coursesto Maximize Assessment…to collect and use data…

Jeffery S. Thomas

Assistant Teaching Professor

Civil, Architectural & Environmental Engineering


  • Inverted Classes

  • - watch videos outside of class

  • - work on homework during class

  • - do experiments during class


  • Quick Summary

    • 1. more flexibility

    • 2. lecture hall replaced by open/laboratory/computer space

    • 3. opportunity for learning analytics

    • 4. no significant change in student performance …yet


Concepts

Demonstrations

Problems

Experiments


Effect of Video

Effect of Ability



Google Analytics

to track resource usage


IDE 110

IDE 120

CivEng 217






GA-IDE 110

Navigation Patterns


GA-IDE 110

Comparing Content Usage per Quiz


GA-IDE 110

Comparing Semesters


GA-IDE 110

Comparing Semesters


GA-IDE 110

  • Conclusion:

    • 43 hours of measured

    • engagement per student

  • Does not include:

    • textbook

    • MecMovies

    • WileyPLUS

    • etc


A New Way

of Grading














  • Conclusions

    • student performance

    • student/instructor flexibility

    • student/instructor satisfaction

    • ability to evaluate future innovations


Questions?

Acknowledgements

Missouri S&T EdTech,many student assistants


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