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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 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


Effect of Instructor/Format


Google Analytics

to track resource usage


IDE 110

IDE 120

CivEng 217


GA-IDE 120


GA-IDE 120


GA-IDE 120


GA-IDE 120


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


  • 2031 Short open-response questions

  • 693 Processed into multiple choice

  • Variations

  • 220 Categories

  • 132 Enabling objectives

  • 12 Terminal objectives


Individual Question Performance


Data, data, data…


Things I’ve been pondering…


Does (optional) attendance matter?


What about students that finish early?


How much do students need to write down?


What about gender and major?


Class rank?


How have textbooks changed?


How have textbooks changed?


How have textbooks changed?


  • 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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