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Using Assessment Systems to Increase Student Success: Proven Strategies for Educators - Shared screen with speaker view
Karen Myhr
39:07
discussion and report out, debates
Margaret Tarampi
39:25
Throat votes, discussions, one minute papers
Cindy Achat_Mendes
39:33
interactive group worksheets
Karen Myhr
39:48
think pair share - with draw, label, explain; or case studies, some data analysis
Cindy Achat_Mendes
40:05
draw on the board concept mapping
Kristin Buxton
40:57
If you're writing on the chat, make sure to set it to "All panelists and attendees"
Gabriella Kirkley
44:00
Throat votes can replace multiple choice questions in class, and are intended to be a quick way for instructors to ask questions. So, say the instructor asks a question with 3 possible answers. They ask students to show with their fingers discreetly against their throat what they think the answer is (whether it is answer number one- one finger, answer number two- two fingers…)
Glen Davenport
46:18
Quick reminder to switch your chat from 'All panelists' to 'All panelists and attendees' so that everyone can see your contributions.
Cindy Arrigo
47:46
dip a bit after midterm, yes
Annie Zeidman-Karpinski
47:49
Mine did!
Sophia Koziatek
47:57
yes, very similar
Ranya Taqieddin
47:58
I could not determine the after finals
Rebecca Dickstein
48:00
Yes, but I give exams every 3 weeks so I have more highs and lows.
Melody Jewell
48:07
basically, yes...starts out high...then lower at midterm...sometimes coming up towards the end
Cindy Arrigo
54:18
Are we going to hear about ACHIEVE?
Rebecca Dickstein
01:04:03
I also assign reading quizzes.
Cindy Achat_Mendes
01:04:08
Pre-chapter MC questions from online learning platform
Jason Puchalla
01:04:26
Work with small group to come up with thoughts/concept
Cindy Arrigo
01:04:43
I could only choose one
Rebecca Dickstein
01:04:57
I could only choose one too.
Gabriella Kirkley
01:05:24
Cindy, if you would like to share others, you can use the chat box :)
Gabriella Kirkley
01:06:45
Sorry about that!
Cindy Arrigo
01:18:09
explain your choice, because I use this on exams
Cindy Arrigo
01:20:51
what does Achieve stand for
Rebecca Dickstein
01:21:37
I've been using Sapling Learning in my biochemistry class for almost a decade - how does Achieve build on Sapling?
Cindy Arrigo
01:21:45
thanks
Cindy Arrigo
01:22:40
Is it tied to a textbook?
Cindy Arrigo
01:23:30
I use Sapling Plus with Macmillan Genetics text
Rebecca Dickstein
01:23:49
What courses use Achieve?
Jason Puchalla
01:24:12
Could you expand on design of practice opportunities suitable for exams. Students tend to not practice as if in exam setting.
Cindy Arrigo
01:26:00
Jason, I have some in-class work, low stakes that are questions, that mimic the test in that they are timed, question pool
Jason Puchalla
01:27:13
Thanks Cindy
Rebecca Dickstein
01:27:14
One of the strengths of Sapling/Sapling Plus is the strength of the support - will this be extended to other course?
Cindy Arrigo
01:27:15
Enjoyed this very much. thank you
Sophia Koziatek
01:27:18
Thank you!
Cindy Arrigo
01:27:23
good one Rebecca
Rebecca Dickstein
01:27:56
Cindy - you've had great suggestions too.
Cindy Arrigo
01:28:08
thank you
Rebecca Dickstein
01:28:10
Thanks for the presentation and questions from attendees
Gabriella Kirkley
01:28:23
https://yalesurvey.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3ZQucMlbG8H6MaF
Glen Davenport
01:29:51
Thank you!
Jason Puchalla
01:29:51
Thanks Erin and all.