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How Do You Know What Students Know?

September 6, 2013 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Deborah Armstrong, Associate Director, Academic Development

You’ve given a compelling lecture, engaged students in a lively discussion, and answered their thought-provoking questions. Surely now they know the content… right? Wouldn’t it be great to have one or two quick and easy activities to demonstrate to you—and your students—what they understand about what you’ve just taught them, and what misunderstandings still linger? This highly interactive workshop will introduce you to several activities designed to quickly provide insight on students’ understanding and misunderstanding.

Participants who attend this workshop will receive a copy of Cross and Angelo’s Classroom Assessment Techniques.

Register for this workshop via WebAdvisor using registration code 14244

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Details

Date:
September 6, 2013
Time:
10:00 am - 11:00 am

Organizer

The Center for Teaching and Learning
Phone:
248-445-4774
Email:
Website:
http://bit.ly/webadvisor

Venue

South Campus – J-211
1400 E. 12 Mile Road, Warren, MI 48088 United States
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Phone:
248-445-4774

Registration Instructions:
It is recommended that faculty and staff pre-register 48 hours prior to the workshop date.

  1. Go to www.macomb.edu
  2. Click on MyMacomb (you may be prompted to provide your log in credentials)
  3. Under the WebAdvisor section, select Non-Credit/Con’t Ed Students
  4. Next, select Registration
  5. Then select Search & Register for Continuing Education Classes
  6. Enter in the 5-digit reg code above for the workshop, and click Submit
  7. Select the class, click Submit
  8. Continue to click Submit on the payment screen and any additional screens. There is no fee for CTL workshops. You will receive a confirmation at the end that you are registered.

Faculty and staff will receive Continuing Education Credits (CEUs) for attending all CTL workshops and webinars listed here.