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Just in Time Teaching

 
Students enages with content before class. Students answer questions related to content. Instructor Adapts class based on student responses

What?

Using student misconceptions and feedback to guide instruction

How?

  1. Students engage with web-based materials before class

  2. Students respond to questions to check for understanding or reflect on materials presented in Step 1

  3. Faculty reviews answers to questions before class

  4. Faculty adapts instruction to address student question results

Resources

Vanderbilt University Teaching Guide On JiTT

Science Education Resource Center At Carleton College JiTT guide

Just-in-Time Teaching, Dr. Fidelma Rigby from Virginia Commonwealth University

Research

Just-In-Time teaching increases student engagement and learning by linking out of class and in class activities:

Popescu, D. (2015). Active learning in the University Teaching Environment. Analele Universitatii "Constantin Brancusi" Din Targu Jiu.Serie Litere Si Stiinte Sociale, (2), 44-49. Retrieved from: http://search.proquest.com/docview/1747343614?accountid=10267

Benefits of Active Learning Think-Pair-Share Roundtable Gallery Walk Online Discussions

Benefits of Active Learning

Think-Pair-Share

Roundtable

Gallery Walk

Online Discussions

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