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Tuesday, August 5 • 9:30am - 12:30pm
W98: Using Learning Catalytics to Facilitate Peer Instruction in a Flipped Classroom

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Learning Catalytics is a "bring your own device" student engagement, assessment, and classroom intelligence system allowing instructors to assess students in real time, using open-ended tasks to probe student understanding. Instructors can engage students by creating open-ended questions that ask for numerical, algebraic, textual, or graphical responses - or just plain multiple choice.

Participants of this workshop will first experience Learning Catalytics from the student perspective, as the facilitators will demo the various question types. They will then be given time to create their own questions in the Learning Catalytics platform. Finally, participants will deliver the questions they wrote to the rest of the group allowing them to become familiar with the question delivery and data analytics. The goal of the workshop is to provide the necessary background and best practices for participants to use Learning Catalytics in their chemistry classroom.

Participants will need to have a laptop for this workshop.

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Matthew Stoltzfus

Senior Lecturer, The Ohio State University
Dr. Matthew W. Stoltzfus, or "Dr. Fus" to his students, is an accomplished chemistry Lecturer at The Ohio State University. He employs the "flipping the classroom" lecture approach in his general chemistry classroom and has done so for 3 years. He has been featured on ESPN and... Read More →


Tuesday August 5, 2014 9:30am - 12:30pm EDT
PAD 107
  Pedagogy  Technology