TeMALe Course Redesign
"TeMALe" stands for "Technology-Mediated Active Learning." This project implements a combination of two research-based formative assessment/active learning approaches: Technology-Enhanced Active Learning and Just-in-Time Teaching. Supported by Pearson’s Learning Catalytics software. Instructors involved are pulled from across the sciences AND the arts and humanities.
Join us for this cohort-based group to learn a new pedagogical method to implement in your fall or spring course. The purpose of this group is to teach faculty new pedagogical approaches to large lecture classrooms, and to provide instructional support during the semester as well as a peer group of mentors, and an iPad mini and an Apple TV for classroom use for those who commit to using and documenting results in courses. TeMALe Course Redesign instruction will be delivered through initial face-to-face sessions at the beginning of the semester, with optional in-class observations per instructor request, and/or one-on-one coaching to create engaging question reserves. For more research on the technique developed by Ian Beatty(PHY) and Bill Gerace(PHY), go here for more information.
THIS COHORT IS FULL. PLEASE EMAIL TEACHING@UNCG.EDU TO JOIN A WAITING LIST.
Ian Beatty, Ph.D.
Department of Physics & Astronomy;
TEMALE Course Redesign