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More Than Free: Equity In Open Educational Resources, Nicole Williams, Kathryn Anastasi Oct 2018

More Than Free: Equity In Open Educational Resources, Nicole Williams, Kathryn Anastasi

Open Educational Resources

Faculty creation and adoption of OER and ZTC materials can provide students with benefits that extend beyond no-cost or low-cost considerations. These materials can be the foundation of more culturally relevant classroom materialsthanstudents are used to seeing. They can increase the accessibility of instructional materials to students with disabilities. They can be employed to support student-centered learning ideas which upend traditionalnotionshow information flows between teachers and students. Using OER and ZTC materials has the potential to address many of the concerns about inequality that faculty and students alike have about the current educational model. Although OER and ZTC initiatives present ...


Art Of Miniatures - Kage 2018, Lesia Lennex, Justin Elswick Feb 2018

Art Of Miniatures - Kage 2018, Lesia Lennex, Justin Elswick

Department of Middle Grades and Secondary Education Research & Publication Archives

PowerPoint presentation on the "Art of Miniatures" conducted by Lesia Lennex and Justin Elswick at the Kentucky Association for Gifted Educators in February of 2018.


Turbine Engineer: E-Stem Lesson (Power Point), April Haight, Lesia Lennex, Justin Elswick Sep 2017

Turbine Engineer: E-Stem Lesson (Power Point), April Haight, Lesia Lennex, Justin Elswick

Department of Middle Grades and Secondary Education Research & Publication Archives

Turbine Engineer: E-STEM Lesson PowerPoint presentation by April Haight, Lesia Lennex and Justin Elswick at the annual conference of the Kentucky Association for Environmental Education held at the Kentucky Dam State Village Resort Park in Gilbertsville on September 9-10, 2017.


3d Modeling As A Teaching Tool For Engineering And Design, Lesia Lennex, Justin Elswick Feb 2017

3d Modeling As A Teaching Tool For Engineering And Design, Lesia Lennex, Justin Elswick

Department of Middle Grades and Secondary Education Research & Publication Archives

3D Modeling as a Teaching Tool for Engineering and Design, a PowerPoint presentation delivered at the annual conference of the Kentucky Association for Gifted Education held in Lexington, Kentucky in February of 2017.


Hallmarks Of Quality Teaching, Timothy L. Heaton Nov 2012

Hallmarks Of Quality Teaching, Timothy L. Heaton

Education Faculty Presentations

Identification of what is effective teaching in the classroom in both the cognitive and affective domains.


Information Literacy And Critical Thinking: Applying Elements To Academic Research Practices In The First Year, Sara Mccaslin Feb 2012

Information Literacy And Critical Thinking: Applying Elements To Academic Research Practices In The First Year, Sara Mccaslin

UC Publications

No abstract provided.


First Step In Course Planning: Writing Effective Learning Objectives, Kun Huang Jan 2012

First Step In Course Planning: Writing Effective Learning Objectives, Kun Huang

Course Design

A well-planned course begins with effective learning objectives that are well aligned with learning activities and assessments. This workshop targets writing learning objectives for medical and health science education. It provides a big picture of the role of learning objectives in a course, as well as the techniques in writing effective, measurable objectives. Example objectives are presented, and the ways to improve them are discussed.


Unthsc Higher Order Thinking (Hot) Overview - Presentation, Christine Savi Feb 2011

Unthsc Higher Order Thinking (Hot) Overview - Presentation, Christine Savi

Bloom's Resources

This presentation provides an overview of how higher order thinking is being integrated into the UNTHSC curriculum through its QEP.


Facilitating Higher Order Thinking (Hot) In Classroom And Clinical Settings, Vanneise Collins, Cassandra Molavrh Sep 2010

Facilitating Higher Order Thinking (Hot) In Classroom And Clinical Settings, Vanneise Collins, Cassandra Molavrh

Bloom's Resources

This presentation targets how educational researcher Benjamin Bloom theorized student learning into different levels, compares lower and higher levels of thinking, and discusses the implications for teaching higher order thinking in classroom and clinical settings.


Getting Boys To Read: A Look At The Research And The Books They Love, Carrie Lynn Cooper, Kathy Cox Watson Jul 2009

Getting Boys To Read: A Look At The Research And The Books They Love, Carrie Lynn Cooper, Kathy Cox Watson

Library Faculty and Staff Papers and Presentations

This session focuses on what the research says about males as readers and introduces the audience to great boy books and other types of text that appeals to male readers. The presenters have chosen titles from the Kentucky Bluegrass Awards program that are of interest to young male readers. Presenters also introduce and promote Kentucky’s children’s choice reading program, the Kentucky Bluegrass Awards. To misquote George Ella Lyon, the presenters would like to get boys to "shake hands with a book."


Hitting The Trifecta: A Professional Development Model For Creating, Using And Disseminating Open Education Resources., Sarah Giersch, Andrew Walker, Mimi Recker, Rena Janke Sep 2006

Hitting The Trifecta: A Professional Development Model For Creating, Using And Disseminating Open Education Resources., Sarah Giersch, Andrew Walker, Mimi Recker, Rena Janke

The Instructional Architect Research Group

This session presents a teacher professional development model developed by the Digital Libraries go to School project. Presenters will discuss the curriculum, which utilizes the Instructional Architect and the National Science Digital Library. Presenters will share preliminary data, lessons learned, and discuss future work including evaluation and scaling.