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ARS Teaching Tips (i+dl 2015)

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Slide deck for workshop on ARS for CELT Innovation + Design Lab 2015.

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ARS Teaching Tips (i+dl 2015)

  1. 1. Teaching with Audience Response Systems Christopher S. Rice, Ph.D. Associate Director for Teaching & Technology Center for the Enhancement of Learning & Teaching University of Kentucky
  2. 2. Audience Response Systems aka “Clickers”
  3. 3. Lecture Tools
  4. 4. Types of Questions: Content •Recall •Conceptual Understanding •Application •Procedural •Prediction Source: Bruff 2009, Teaching with Classroom Response Systems
  5. 5. Types of Questions: Critical Thinking •One Best Answer •Peer Assessment •Free-Response Source: Bruff 2009, Teaching with Classroom Response Systems
  6. 6. Types of Questions: Process •Student Perspective •Opinion •Personal Experience •Confidence Level •Monitoring Progress Toward Learning Goals •Classroom Experiments Source: Bruff 2009, Teaching with Classroom Response Systems
  7. 7. Do you believe President Obama is a Marxist? 1. YES 2. NO 3. I Don’t Know/WWSS?
  8. 8. According to Nancy Love, which philosopher had the greatest influence on Marx’s theory of history? 1. Locke 2. Rousseau 3. Hegel 4.Burke
  9. 9. According to Marx, what determines your class membership? 1. The geographic circumstances of your birth. 2. What family you were born into. 3. Your attitude toward education and religion. 4. Your relationship to the means of production.
  10. 10. Marx appears to oppose religion because: 1. He’s given it up for Lent. 2. He believes that religion prevents people from acting to throw off the chains of their oppression. 3. He believes people should bear their oppression and suffering without consolation. 4. Religion is a false notion compared to rational analysis, and is thus an unacceptable way of viewing the world.
  11. 11. According to Marx in “Estranged Labor,” how does political economy conceal the estrangement inherent in the nature of labor? 1. By not considering the direct relationship between the worker and production. 2. By not considering the direct relationship between the worker and government. 3. By not considering the rich and complex relationship between the worker and the capitalist. 4. By not considering the importance of unions and the workers’ relationship to each other.
  12. 12. If how our society produces goods and services transitioned from an information economy to a biotech-genetic engineering economy, what would you expect to be the result? 1.The social relations of production would change, resulting in disruption of the current dialectic. 2. The Ideological Superstructure would likely change to reflect the changed importance of the new material forces. 3. The Ideological Superstructure would likely change to justify the new dominant class’ position in society. 4. All of the above 5.None of the above
  13. 13. How confident are you, on a scale of 1 (least) to 7 (most) that your previous answer is correct?
  14. 14. Active Learning Tip Use Audience Response Systems for Class Discussion & Student Engagement
  15. 15. Question Building Time!

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