Monday, May 18, 2015

Teaching and Learning Links to See: May 18, 2015

Teaching & Learning Links to See This Week
We're back after a brief hiatus with a few articles to start your Summer!
A roundup of five intriguing or informative posts and articles from the around the internet:

"An exercise to Reduce Public Speaking Anxiety and Create Community in the Classroom"
Are your students reluctant to speak or present projects in front of the class? Consider using this icebreaker.

"Cheating Inadvertently"
How do you define plagiarism? It may differ from how it is defined by students and by your colleagues.

"Teaching Science so it Sticks"
The University of Oregon and other institutions are aiming to make introductory science courses engaging, not intimidating, through the use of a variety of active learning strategies and course re-designs.

"Critical Thinking Toolbox: How to Brainstorm"
Six elements of the perfect brainstorm session.

"Professor and Students Share Reactions to the Flipped Classroom"
Advice from one professor (as well as insights from a few students) on the course design strategies and other factors to consider when taking on a flipped classroom. 

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