Products and Resources
This web page will contain useful links to materials and resources generated by or suggested by conference participants. Videos, sides, and handouts from workshop speakers are listed on the web page listing the workshops.
Slides and Files from Other Presentations
Video and slides from opening plenary talk by Nancy Lape
Video from the eleven lightning share-out presentations
"Novel Modes of Classroom Interactions Afforded by Synchronous Online Tools" by Darryl Yong (Harvey Mudd College)
"More-Than-a-Minute Papers as Formative Assessment for Learning" by Larissa Schroeder (University of Hartford)
"Flipping the Classroom: Challenges and Solutions" by Beth McClanahan (LaGrange College)
"Teaching the Introverted Student" by Sara Clifton (Northwestern University)
"Shark Tank" by Annmarie Samar (Framingham State University)
"Using a Pre-Assessment in a Flipped College Algebra and Pre-Calculus Class" by Jennifer Clinkenbeard (California State University Fullerton)
"The Benefits of Using Clickers in Your Class" Samantha Eastman (University of California Riverside)
"Strategy for Student-Generated Examination Questions" by Magesh Chandramouli (Purdue University Calumet)
"A Top Ten List" by Rick Olson (University of San Diego)
"Creating Videos Using Camtasia" by Albert Dato (Harvey Mudd College)
"What To Do After an Exam?" by Elisa Barney Smith (Boise State University)
Important Research about Teaching and Learning
Freeman, S., Eddy, S.L., McDonough, M., Smith, M.K., Okoroafor, N., Jordt, H. and Wenderoth, M.P., 2014. "Active learning increases student performance in science, engineering, and mathematics." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 111(23), pp.8410-8415.
Bibliography on blended learning, prepared by Amber Muenzenberger (also contains references to research on flipped classrooms)
Social Media and Online Communities
Useful Links and Resources Relating to Flipped Classrooms
http://flippedchemistry.com Blog containing tips on using technology and classroom resources primarily for chemistry
TrACE: TrACE is a collaborative educational video environment that is being developed at University of Nebraska, Omaha through an NSF grant
Optimal video length for student engagement: http://blog.edx.org/optimal-video-length-student-engagement
Useful Links and Resources Relating to Teaching in General
Use Microsoft's free Office Remote, which allows you to use your phone or tablet to wirelessly control PowerPoint slides during a presentation (as of Jan 2016 only available for Android or Windows Mobile devices, Windows laptop with Bluetooth required)
https://www.desmos.com/ Free online calculator with fairly useful functionality.
Mid Years Engineering Experience Conference, March 30-April 1, 2016 @ Texas A&M University http://myeec.org
Resources for teaching the introverted student (Susan Cain):
The Quiet Revolution Includes a quick quiz to test if you’re introverted
Cheating Lessons (book) Learning from academic dishonesty to create authentic assessments that make cheating difficult.
Video "A math major talks about fear" by Mathematigal