Send/Pass a Problem: Cooperative Learning (STARLINK)
|Meeting Date(s):||online from April 1-30, 2017|
|Audience:||Faculty & Staff|
Per Adjunct Union Contract 3.G - Adjunct faculty will not be compensated for attending programs, workshops, seminars, courses or meetings to meet federal, state or grant requirements under which an adjunct provides instruction. Check with Division office for guidelines.
|Description:||In this online learning module, youll learn the Send/Pass a Problem cooperative learning strategy and consider some of the benefits of using technology for Send/Pass a Problem. Well look at two different types of software an app and a wiki that you might consider using for Send/Pass a Problem, to help you evaluate which type would work best for your class. Using Evernote® and a PBWorks" wiki as examples, well discuss creating accounts, organizing the workspace, and creating the questions to share with the class. Then well go through each step in the learning activity, as students reflect on the question and collaborate with their partners to create their responses to each problem, then synthesize all of the groups responses into a final shared document.
By the end of this learning module, the learner will be able to:
" Evaluate value of using technology for Send/Pass a Problem cooperative learning activity
" Understand differences between using an app and a wiki for Send/Pass a Problem
" Given an outcome, the instructor will revise it to include all aspects of a measurable outcome.
" Evaluate which application/service for Send/Pass a Problem would be most effective for your students
" Create a shared space for students to collaborate and evaluate each others work.
Webinar available to view through April 30th.
To access the webinar, go to http://www.starlinktraining.org. Log in through the members area (if it is your first time, create your own login/password). Look for the title of the program you would like to watch under "Featured Courses" and select "Launch Course." To earn TLETC credit for viewing this webinar, you will need to submit the Viewer Verification Form to firstname.lastname@example.org NO LATER THAN May 7, 2017. If it happens to be a Starlink class that offers the course in module format for 5 contact hours, they will mail you an online certificate after the modules have been completed. To earn this additional credit, email a copy of the PDF completion certificate in addition to the Viewer Verification Form.