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Popcorn & Pedagogy Oct 25, 12:30 pm HL 186

Coulter Faculty Commons  High Impact Practice (HIP) Educational Development Program: Popcorn & Pedagogy  HIP focus: Collaborative Assignments & Projects What:   Evidence shows that High Impact Practices (HIPs) offer educational benefits for students, including...

“Feeling Seen and Appreciated”: Student Feedback Preferences

Guest Bloggers: Candy Noltensmeyer and Lisa BloomFeedback is an integral part of the learning process. Many studies have examined feedback from the instructor's perspective to enhance student learning. However, there is less research assessing how students perceive...

Writing Observable and Measurable Learning Outcomes

Learning outcomes help us identify and clarify the end point or destination of a learning experience.  If we don't know where we are going, we can get lost or wander all over the place.  A course then becomes a bloated unorganized mess. We use Fink's Taxonomy for...

Small Teaching: Retrieving

Small Teaching by J.M. Lang presents methods for making small changes in your teaching practices (hence the name) that can...

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The 2021 Last Lecture

The 2021 LAST LECTURE – Dr. Candy Noltensmeyer, Communication Department WCU students vote to determine the...

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