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RTA Teaching in the Online and Hybrid Settings sharing sessions - Shared screen with speaker view
Briedi Gillespie
34:51
THANK YOU TANDI!
Diane McClureWU
44:31
FYI - HR and other bodily processes shape cognition and cognition https://www.quantamagazine.org/how-your-heart-influences-what-you-perceive-and-fear-20200706/?utm_source=Heleo+Daily+Digest&utm_campaign=0803e1a07e-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2017_01_10_COPY_01&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_1651f20312-0803e1a07e-217399733&mc_cid=0803e1a07e&mc_eid=35d6b425b3
Patrick Chappell
51:40
Thanks, Tianna! Really cool program and use of Google forms
Peggy Barr
53:08
Thank you, Tandi and Tianna! Both presentations were really great!
Andrew West
54:03
Team-based learning: a practical guide: AMEE guide no. 65
Andrew West
54:19
DOI: 10.3109/0142159X.2012.651179
Barb Byrne
55:01
Is anyone using team based learning structure virtually? If so, what are you using?
Christiane Loehr
56:09
Yes. Zoom, zoom break out rooms and doodle poll.
Peggy Barr
56:37
We (WesternU) are running our problem-based learning curriculum virtually. We used Zoom in the spring but we will be moving to Teams this fall.
Barb Byrne
57:09
@ Christiane, thanks, but doodle or some other polling?
Steve Hines
57:27
Please remember that TBL is a specific method, not just putting students INTO teams
Rhea Hanselmann
57:55
Timed quizzes and exams. No proctoring in my course.
Andrew West
58:17
We have folks at CSU using Zoom for TBL, too
Barb Byrne
58:52
@Steve, Yup, just wondering how the use of cards is adapted so students get a reveal of the "correct" answer in the tRAT
Rachael Kreisler
59:06
Respondus lock down browser via Canvas
Rachael Kreisler
59:43
includes Respondus monitor
Rhea Hanselmann
59:53
I found no difference in mean/median exam scores without proctoring/online exams
Rachael Kreisler
01:00:03
We haven’t actually used it yet, but that it our (MWU) campus wide response
Rachael Kreisler
01:00:14
*campus wide solution
Rachel Halsey
01:01:14
@Elena another method could be peer instruction
Gorman, Elena
01:01:50
We've started allowing open book tests and rewriting questions to create higher level integration. I personally believe in use of resources when addressing questions!
Rachel Halsey
01:04:08
@Elena -Vickrey, T., Rosploch, K., Rahmanian, R., Pilarz, M., & Stains, M. (2015). Research-Based Implementation of Peer Instruction: A Literature Review. CBE Life Sciences Education, 14(1). https://doi.org/10.1187/cbe.14-11-0198
Christianne Magee
01:05:17
For those of you who keep exams open for long periods of time - how do you address a student who has a question during the test? Do they call you, send you an email - or there is no instructor available during the test period?
Rhea Hanselmann
01:06:00
I was available by phone for the 2 hours the exam was scheduled and let students who wanted to take exams at other time to let me know so we could arrange me being available (nobody chose to take exam earlier/later).
Gorman, Elena
01:06:19
Yes, I am a big advocate of peer based learning. The morning breakout sessions are designed so the groups work through cases and teach each other. We encourage autonomy and only drop in to help if asked - my idea of help is usually asking more questions to make them think a different way!
Andrew West
01:09:59
Item writing guide: https://renmededu.blob.core.windows.net/$web/Misc/Important%20Administrative%20Documents%20For%20Course%20Coordinators/Constructing%20Written%20Test%20Questions%20for%20the%20Basic%20and%20Clinical%20Sciences.pdf
Rhea Hanselmann
01:10:06
I think that depends on the type of open book exam.
Patrick Chappell
01:11:45
Steve is right. I only give 2h and that makes a huge difference.
Curtis Eng
01:11:57
Thanks very much!