This retreat has been postponed. When it is rescheduled we will update this page.
(Brought to you by the Office of Instructional and Assessment and the College of Veterinary Medicine)
(PLEASE NOTE: THIS DOES NOT TAKE PLACE ON THE UA MAIN CAMPUS)
March 27 th , 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Where: College of Veterinary Medicine
1580 Hanley Blvd
Oro Valley AZ 85737
Details: This event is capped at 25 participants, please register early to guarantee a seat. Lunch will be provided the College of Veterinary Medicine. Registration and parking for the event are free. Participants will receive a certificate of completion through UAccess Learning (when participating for at least 3.5 out of the 4 hours).
Are you interested in sharing about transformative changes you have made in your teaching? Would you like to share your innovative approach to a well-known difficult topic in your discipline? Or would you like to communicate interesting patterns in student thinking about a particular concept that could be informative? If you are interested in conducting classroom-based research but don’t know where to start, we will discuss the methodologies and tools that you need in order to get started.
This workshop is geared toward 1) individuals who are interested in starting education research but are approaching it for the first time in their own classrooms, or 2) individuals who are currently teaching and would like input on how to use evidence of student thinking patterns from their own classrooms to improve their instructional practices.
In this intensive case-study based workshop, participants will navigate through the process of 1) defining research goals, 2) evaluating evidence of student learning using a variety of research methods 3) analyzing collected data by focusing on underlying student reasoning patterns, and 4) considering possible actions based on the evidence collected.
Facilitators: Katie Southard, Coordinator, Teaching Partnerships for Student Success, OIA. Erin Galyen, Associate Professor of Practice, OIA. Jonathan Cox, Director of Faculty Development in Pedagogy, VetMed
If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact Katie Southard (firstname.lastname@example.org)