Concept Sketches

The Concept Sketch can be a photo, drawing, sketch, or map that students write on to share their observations and/or processes. The student then demonstrates their knowledge to classmates.

Link: /content/dam/uc/cetl/docs/concept_sketch_1_REYNOLDS_TEWKSBURY.doc.

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Cooperative Learning

Cooperative learning uses the "sink or swim" principle during classroom group work. This method improves communication and decision-making skills, and also encourages accountability.

Link: http://www.co-operation.org/.

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E-Portfolios

An electronic portfolio, also known as an e-portfolio or digital portfolio, is a cohesive collection of electronic documents that demonstrate your skills, education, and professional development.

Link: /content/uc/cetl/teaching/teachtools/e-portfolios.html.

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Font U: Typography for the Academy

Poster presentations can be dull, can't they? But they don't have to be that way--learn to articulate your research visually so that it sets your work apart.

Link: /content/uc/cetl/teaching/teachtools/font_u.html.

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Gallery Walk: A Discussion Technique for Active Engagement

Want to get your students moving? For the Gallery Walk exercise, teams answer and discuss questions posted on charts located around the classroom.

Link: http://serc.carleton.edu/introgeo/gallerywalk/index.html.

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How to Record Narrated PowerPoint

Professor Eugene Rutz, Department of Engineering & Applied Sciences, designed this tutorial to help guide faculty through the process of navigating the sometimes frustrating process of narrating PowerPoint presentations.

Link: /content/uc/cetl/teaching/teachtools/narrated_powerpoint.html.

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IF-AT to Promote Team-Based Learning

The Immediate Feedback Assessment Technique (IF-AT) makes team-based learning exercises easy and fun for you and your students. The IF-AT is a multiple-choice test form that offers immediate feedback.

Link: http://www.epsteineducation.com/home/about/default.aspx.

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Just in Time Teaching (JiTT)

This pedagogical method has students complete web-based assignments and submit them two to three hours before class.

Link: http://jittdl.physics.iupui.edu/jitt/.

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Team-Based Learning

Team-based learning allows your students to learn while using content as opposed to listening to it. Students come to class prepared to participate in group quizzes, mini-lectures, and more. This technique involves class discussion and gets your students actively engaged in the learning process.

Link: http://teambasedlearning.apsc.ubc.ca/.

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