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Mark Morton

Quora - 0 views

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    Quora easily allows you or your students to find questions that have already been posed (that is, by individuals who might or might not have any connection to your course). More than likely, responses to those questions will have already been contributed. 
Mark Morton

Multiple Choice Questions that Assess Higher Order Cognition - 1 views

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    "Multiple Choice Questions that Assess Higher Order Cognition"
Mark Morton

ShowMe - The Online Learning Community - 0 views

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    This site is similar to the Khan Academy, except the video tutorials are made and contributed by a wide variety of individuals. As a result, the quality (and credibility) of some of the videos is questionable, but there are still some useful videos here. 
Mark Morton

How Professors Really Feel About Digital Technology [#Study] | EdTech Magazine - 1 views

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    As a follow-up to their study on how professors view online learning, Inside Higher Ed partnered with Babson Survey Research Group to explore how college professors and administrators interact with technology. The survey, summarized in Digital Faculty: Professors, Teaching and Technology, posed questions about digital learning content, e-books, social media, communication, learning management software and a variety of other technology-related issues. Here are a few key points from this excellent report.
Mark Morton

http://www.heqco.ca/SiteCollectionDocuments/Modified%20Peer%20Instruction%20ENG.pdf - 1 views

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    In the on-going quest for improved learning in large-class settings, an active-learning approach for an introductory physics course yielded mixed results, according to a new report from the Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario. Evaluating the Effectiveness of Modified Peer Instruction in Large Introductory Physics Classes examined the use of collaborative, multiple-choice format question (MCFQ)-writing activities for students as a supplement to standard peer instruction methods.
Jane Holbrook

Hybrid (blended) course design at the University of Wisconsin - 1 views

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    In "hybrid" classes, a significant amount of the course learning activity has been moved online, sometimes making it possible to reduce the amount of time spent in the classroom. The University of Wisconsin has a detailed website that outlines examples, best practices and questions to ask when designing a blended course
Mark Morton

When a Mentor Becomes a Thief - Advice - The Chronicle of Higher Education - 0 views

  • The solution, then, is clear: Everyone needs to start talking. Before a single beaker gets rinsed, the question of authorship has to be laid on the table,
  • junior researchers should keep detailed notes of their research.
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