The Classroom Is Your Stage: How Can You Use It Most Effectively
Dec. 10-Join theatre practitioner and MSU professor Melanie Dreyer-Lude for an interactive workshop on how to connect with an audience by exploiting the strengths of your own personal style to craft a compelling presentation. Read more >
Supporting Sidelined Students: Concussions and Mono — Implications for Teaching
Dec. 4-Join CTE Menschel Fellow George Hudler and Kappy Fahey, Director of Student Disability Services, along with medical specialists from Gannett, for a conversation on helping your students get through the unfortunately common medical problems of concussions and mono. Read more >
Assessing Student Learning
- Want to empower your students to take responsibility for their own learning? Try incorporating peer assessment into your course design.
- What is a rubric? It's a scoring guide that helps you articulate and measure specific components of an assignment. Learn how rubrics can save time and make your grading more consistent and fair.
- With the end of the semester fast approaching, now is the time to start developing good test questions that accurately measure student learning.
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