Using Just in Time Teaching to Increase Student Preparedness
Do you want your students to come to class prepared? Getting students to do the readings and other class preparation is often a point of frustration for many faculty members. What if your students not only came to class prepared but engaged the material in a meaningful way before class? Just in Time Teaching has been used in many disciplines to increase student preparedness and motivation. This evidence-based pedagogical approach can have an impact on your classroom.
At the end of the session faculty will:
•Understand the concept Just in Time Teaching
•Discuss the logistics and assessment of JiTT
•Discuss examples of how JiTT can be applied to different disciplines
•Describe how you could apply JiTT to a lesson or course
Date: Thursday, July 25th, 2013 Time: 1:30pm-3:00pm Location: KLIB 219 Group ID: Faculty: Teaching Effectiveness