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Tuesday, June 5 • 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Classroom Assessment and Accountability For Learning Through Interactive Notebooks

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Many university professors struggle with student accountability for homework / out of class reading and assignments. We assign the homework so that our time together in class is allowed to be built around engaging in application of the content. However, when our students regularly show up having not done their part of preparation, how can we engage them in meaningful application, if they don't know what it is they're applying? In this session, participants will hear how interactive notebooks (INBs) have been implemented in multiple courses (both main campus face to face and online) to increase student accountability, application, and retention of content. The focus for the participants in our time together will be hearing about the implementation process thus far, as well as beginning to build INBs of their own for use in their next course! The presenters will share effective strategies using INBs to minimize lecture driven courses and maximize high-yield, interactive, and engaging experiences in learning. The intended audience includes professors, adjunct faculty, department or program chairs, deans, and anyone interested in a different approach to university level instruction.

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Emily Turner

William Woods University
Dr. Turner (turner@campbell.edu) is in her third year with Campbell University for the School of Education and Adult and Online Education programs. She has co-led the Professional Education faculty through CAEP Accreditation, rebuilt and designed revitalized education programs including... Read More →

Tuesday June 5, 2018 1:00pm - 2:30pm MDT
Sun Valley