Korah Wiley, Biology instructor, and Melissa Rihm Thibault, Vice Chancellor for Distance Education and Extended Programs
Wednesday, April 18, 2012 - 3:30pm to 4:30pm
Seminar for Students
To make informed instructional decisions, we must constantly assess how our students are thinking about content. It is critical to monitor student’s fluency, their capacity for higher-level thinking, and understanding of the content. If we could see what students are thinking, see their analysis of process or approach to problem-solving, then we could meet them where they are and move them forward. The problem is all this happens in their brains… and it’s dark in there! Come learn how to shed some light on the subject, and create a technology-facilitated learning assessment system in your classroom.