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Transforming Undergraduate Education in STEM : Making and Measuring Impacts. 2011 CCLI/TUES Principal Investigators (PIs) Conference. Don Lewis Millard, Ph.D. Program Director, Division of Undergraduate Education. Welcome!. Question. How many of you are new to this conference?

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transforming undergraduate education in stem making and measuring impacts

Transforming Undergraduate Education in STEM:Making and Measuring Impacts

2011 CCLI/TUES Principal Investigators (PIs) Conference

Don Lewis Millard, Ph.D.

Program Director, Division of Undergraduate Education

question
Question
  • How many of you are new to this conference?
  • Please stand up…
thanks

Thanks…

Program Directors

what we ve learned
What We’ve Learned
  • Need to motivate & engage students
  • Active classrooms trump passive classrooms
  • Students will remember more if provided less at any given time (average capacity of working memory is 7 chunks)
  • Experts organize their knowledge & have an ability to monitor/adjust their thinking/learning
  • Reflection fosters re-organization of thinking for deep learning
  • Faculty development takes time (vs. a single workshop)
tues ccli what works
TUES/CCLI: What Works
  • Guided inquiry
  • Concept inventories
  • Peer-led team learning
  • Problem-based learning
  • Active recall of information
  • Effective use of technology
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TUES/CCLI: What Works
  • Student/faculty motivation can lead to big changes
  • Connect with prior thinking, relevance (sense & meaning)
  • Formative, on-going, in-class assessment
  • Not simply:
    • an onerous task
    • about accountability
tues vs ccli
TUES vs. CCLI
  • Title changed to emphasize the special interest in projects that have the potential to transform undergraduate STEM education 
  • Emphasizes:
    • Materials, processes, or models that enhance student learning
    • Adaptation at other sites
    • Widespread adoption of best classroom practices
    • Exploration of cyberlearning