General effective teaching practices and useful resources
These are ideas and resources that can be used to address any of the essential student learning outcomes and habits of an intellectual life.
|Instructional design||Doane resource
Dr. Stewart Ross, Director of CETL at Minnesota State University, offered a workshop at Doane on 5/21-22/2009 providing information on integrated course design, by L. Dee Fink, which is a model for designing a course that includes attention to components that are present in most all models of instructional design. The model of integrated course design is contained in the "Self-Directed Guide to Designing Courses for Significant Learning." One interesting instruction and assessment technique Dr. Stewart demonstrated was IF-AT: The Immediate Feedback Assessment Technique by Epstein Educational Enterprises. IF-AT is a technique that can be used in the classroom that provides immediate affirmative feedback (if an answer choice is correct) and/or corrective feedback (if an answer choice is incorrect).
|Student Reflection||From workshop/shareshop
Dr. John Zubizaretta, Columbia College, led a workshop at Doane in January, 2014, on using student reflection as an important part of learning (pdf)
|Student Portfolios||Doane resource
Dr. John Zubizaretta, Columbia College, led a workshop at Doane in January, 2014, on the use of student portfolios in learning and assessment (pdf)
|Cooperative learning||From workshop/shareshop
From Dr. Karl Smith who presented at the Doane College Fall Faculty Week 2014-2015 Workshop - August 19, 2014:
Cooperative Learning as an Effective Pedagogy
Design and Implementation of Cooperative Learning
The workshop materials are also posted on his website - http://personal.cege.umn.edu/~smith/links.html
Materials from an 8/11/2010 workshop at Doane Lincoln on creating interaction in the classroom led by Dr. John Burney
|Online course development||Doance resource|