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ItemEngaging Learners in Small and Large Classes(2010-01-01) Huang, Kun; Collins, VanneiseThis is the PowerPoint presentation of a workshop offered by the Center for Learning & Development at UNT Health Science Center. The workshop discusses a variety of instructional strategies aimed at engaging learners in active learning and higher order thinking. ItemFacilitating Higher Order Thinking (HOT) in Classroom and Clinical Settings(2010-09-29) Molavrh, Cassandra; Collins, VanneiseThis presentation targets how educational researcher Benjamin Bloom theorized student learning into different levels, compares lower and higher levels of thinking, and discusses the implications for teaching higher order thinking in classroom and clinical settings. ItemDeveloping and Testing a Rubric: Comprehensive Exams(2010-10-20) Savi, ChristineHow to develop and test a rubric to use for comprehensive, graduate exams. ItemCourse Design and Redesign(2010-11-08) Huang, Kun; Savi, ChristineThis is the PowerPoint used in a workshop offered by the Center for Learning & Development at the UNT Health Science Center. The workshop provides the insights into the design of course syllabus, learning activities, and assessment measures that cultivate students’ higher order thinking. ItemHigher Order Thinking (HOT) Learning Objective Generator (LOG)(2010-11-19) Savi, ChristineAn automated Learning Objective Generator (LOG) has been created by the CLD in assisting faculty with writing student learning outcomes. ItemUsing Data to Drive Decision Making: Scantron tests(2011-01-07) Savi, ChristineThis presentation takes a stepwise approach to the interpretation of Scantron test item analysis. ItemHigher Order Thinking (HOT) Faculty Survey (V1)(2011-01-18) Collins, Vanneise; Alexander, Jerry; Savi, ChristineThe Higher Order Thinking (HOT) Faculty Survey instrument is designed to measure faculty use and knowledge of strategies, technologies and assessment techniques that can improve student HOT skills. This document is a copy of the original survey used in the 2010 deployment at UNTHSC. ItemUNTHSC Higher Order Thinking (HOT) Overview - Presentation(2011-02-10) Savi, ChristineThis presentation provides an overview of how higher order thinking is being integrated into the UNTHSC curriculum through its QEP. ItemCase-Based & Collaborative Learning(2011-04-25) Huang, KunCase-based & collaborative learning are effective strategies to promote students’ higher order thinking. This workshop discusses basic principles behind these instructional strategies and presents research-based best practice guidelines. ItemUsing Online Discussions to Enhance Students’ Higher Order Thinking(2011-04-25) Huang, KunThis workshop is designed for those who are ready to go beyond the basics of Blackboard to explore more pedagogical use of Blackboard. Available features and best practice guidelines are discussed in this workshop. ItemManaging Classroom Incivilities(2011-04-25) Huang, Kun; Collins, VanneiseThis workshop discusses characteristics of adult learners and suggests practical guidelines to help manage your classroom. Topics such as dealing with difficult students, creating positive class climate, and promoting student motivation are discussed. ItemIncorporating “Online” Components in Your Face-to-Face Teaching(2011-04-25) Huang, KunWith the adoption of Learning Management Systems, there is an increasing interest in teaching courses using a blended or online format. This workshop highlights how to incorporate the “online” components in a course while still maintaining the quality of teaching and learning. An implementation guide is also provided.