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Teaching Excellence: Achieving Student Learning Through Challenge & Engagement. Halyna Kornuta, Ed.D. Office of Assessment & Educational Effectiveness Henri Mondschein, M.A, M.L.S. ISS/Pearson Library. Today’s CTL Session. By the end of this CTL session, you will be able to:

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Teaching excellence achieving student learning through challenge engagement

Teaching Excellence: Achieving Student Learning Through Challenge & Engagement

Halyna Kornuta, Ed.D.

Office of Assessment & Educational Effectiveness

Henri Mondschein, M.A, M.L.S.

ISS/Pearson Library


Today s ctl session

Today’s CTL Session

By the end of this CTL session, you will be able to:

  • Define Teaching Excellence

  • Recognize focus on Student Challenge & Engagement

  • Describe ways to achieve teaching excellence by sharing strategies, resources, research assignments and practical tips designed to increase student challenge and engagement in learning


Teaching excellence

Teaching Excellence

  • What is teaching excellence?

  • What does teaching excellence look and/or sound like?


Why challenge engagement

Why challenge & engagement?


Linkages

Linkages


Linkages1

Linkages


Resource based learning

Resource Based Learning

Learning objects appeal to Millenials, Net Generation students, e.g. http://libraries.stjohns.edu/ilt/ilt_home.html

  • http://www.wisc-online.com/index.htm

  • http://www.ilumina-dlib.org/

  • Gateway to Educational Materials (GEM)

    http://www.thegateway.org/


Campus partnerships

Campus Partnerships

  • Multidisciplinary partnerships

    -Collaborate on projects/assignments

    -English & Business

  • Faculty-Librarian partnerships

    -Research skills & research assignments

    -Avoiding plagiarism

    -Evaluating information

    -Using databases and library resources


Clu online teaching tools

CLU Online Teaching Tools

  • ERes –Syllabi, assignments, readings

  • WebCT –Online course content

ISS Online Resources


Assessment resources

Assessment Resources

  • Determine student knowledge level

  • Provide learning outcomes for students to accomplish

  • Create learning checkpoint at end of class session

  • Communicate expectations: Rubrics

  • Other assessment approaches?


Professional collaboration

Professional Collaboration

  • Share successful assignments/learning resources

  • Merlotwww.merlot.org


In review

In Review

This CTL session reviewed ways you can:

  • Define Teaching Excellence

  • Recognize focus on student engagement

  • Describe ways to achieve teaching excellence by sharing strategies, resources, research assignments and practical tips designed to increase student challenge and engagement in learning


Achieving student challenge engagement in learning

Achieving Student Challenge & Engagement in Learning

An invitation:

  • Try one strategy from this session

  • Share one strategy from this session with a colleague


Teaching excellence achieving student learning through challenge engagement

Teaching Excellence:

Achieving Student Learning Through Challenge & Engagement

March 2006

Written and produced by

Halyna Kornuta, Ed.D.

[email protected] 3658

Henri Mondschein, M.A, M.L.S.

[email protected] 3012


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