Impacting Instruction Video Series
You are invited to explore the Scottsdale Community College Center for Teaching & Learning's series of just-in-time instruction videos that are part of our Impacting Instruction: Beyond the Workshop series.
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In this online session, participants will learn about institutional data and retention strategies they can use in their classes. Additionally, participants will have an opportunity to apply this knowledge as they consider techniques that they use to help students succeed in their courses.
In this online session, participants will learn about direct instruction as it relates to student-student, student-instructor, and student-content interaction. Additionally, participants will have an opportunity to apply this knowledge as they use the direct instruction calculator to determine direct instruction in their own classes as a self-evaluation tool.
In this online session, participants will compare and contrast formative and summative assessment, explore the needs for formative and summative assessment, and identify alternative assessment strategies.
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In this online session, participants will discover strategies for enhancing student engagement in their courses and how awareness of and use of engagement strategies can lead to students being more comfortable interacting with the content and actively involved with their instructor and classmates, which can lead to greater student success.
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In this online session, participants will learn about four tools available for online instruction that can promote student-teacher, student-content, and student-student interaction: Panopto, Adobe Connect, Canvas Conferences, and Softchalk.
In this online session, participants will learn about how technology tools can easily incorporate formative assessment strategies into their instruction. Additionally, the tools explored will show faculty how to measure learning to better guide lesson design and delivery.