Just in Time Teaching: A 21st Century Learning Technique


Just in Time Teaching: A 21st Century Learning Technique

 

Primary Presenter: Jeff Loats

Organization: Metropolitan State University of Denver

Role: Associate Professor of Physics

Track: General Presentation

Topic: Student Assessment, Engagement, Success

Level: For Mere Mortals

 

Abstract: Technology can offer efficient ways do what we have always done, but sometimes it offers a fundamentally new way for instructors, students, and content to interact. Just in Time Teaching (JiTT) is an effective, evidence-based technique for face-to-face courses that applies web technology to create fast, effective feedback loops. Want your students to prepare? Want insight into their thinking? JiTT can increase the quality and quantity of contact with students and deserves your consideration.

 

Bio: Dr. Jeff Loats, Associate Professor of Physics at MSU Denver, is passionate about evidence-based teaching and learning. He has won teaching awards at two different institutions of higher education and has presented about teaching and technology to a wide variety of audiences. He was a Featured Speaker at the Lilly West Conference on College and University Teaching in March 2012. He is the Principal Investigator of a 3-year NSF grant working to develop high-quality active-engagement teaching materials for courses on nuclear and particle physics. Most recently Jeff is serving as the coordinator of the Blended Learning Initiative at MSU Denver.

 

Presenter Presentation Materials URL (Web Address):

www.slideshare.net/jeffloats