TeachTech Blog ([email protected])

Our TeachTech blog is used for faculty development for the Arizona State University School of Life Sciences. We focus topics on practical tools and techniques for our courses, emphasizing active learning and online activities. We often include guest bloggers that bring in topics on Evidence Based Teaching for STEM related courses.

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[email protected] Webinar: Get Active!

Our last webinar focused on tips and strategies that were seen at the International Forum for Active Learning at the University of Minnesota. ASU was […]

[email protected] Webinar: Delivery Effective Feedback

This week's [email protected] Webinar focused on our summer theme of "Feedback". This time we talked about the different ways to deliver feedback. We started by […]

Webinar: The Role of Feedback in the Classroom

In Tuesday's webinar, we focused on using feedback as a teaching device. Yuna Buhrman, from the ASU College of Health Solutions, shared a survey that […]

Virtual Reality Show: See STEM Teaching Differently!

Friday, April 14, 2017 from 3-5pm The ASU School of Life Sciences faculty and grad students had an opportunity to experience virtual reality and new […]

Webinar: End of Semester Grading Tips

The end is almost here! And it's the Final Countdown! We all know it's coming quickly. The end of the semester, and the pile of […]

Webinar: "Working with Online Assessments"

On Tuesday, March 21, we hosted a [email protected] Webinar on creating and managing online assessments. There were 3 main topics: Structure: Planning rigorous assessments that […]

Getting Students to Critically Evaluate Fake News

Today's blog comes from Rene Tanner, subject matter librarian at ASU. Evaluating information in the digital age is a critical skill. In the classroom, as […]

Realistic Ubiquity: The Why and How of Instructor Presence - Webinar Summary

The speakers for the [email protected] Webinar on February 21, 2017 were Matthew Robinson, Senior Instructional Designer, and Jennifer Stanley, Instructional Designer, for the ASU School […]

What’s the Point of Using Student Names in Large Courses?

Today's guest blog is by Anna Krieg, an undergraduate researcher in Sara Brownell’s Biology Education Research Lab. She is a senior Barrett honors student who […]

Is this going to be on the test?

Exploring how the decisions instructors make when crafting exams impact students Last week, our Evidence-Based Teaching Seminar series welcomed Christian Wright, PhD. Christian shared his […]

Using “Practice-Based” Training to Prepare Graduate TAs- Seminar Presentation

This week we were honored to have Chris Pagliarulo, PhD from UC Davis speak at our Evidence-Based Teaching Seminar Series. He shared his insights on […]

Start With A Great Question- [email protected] Webinar Summary

In Tuesday's [email protected] Webinar, we talked about creating questions that challenged and engaged students in discussions.We talked about starting with knowing your objectives, and then […]

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