online tools Recommendations
6 Recommendations are tagged with "online tools"
I suddenly have to move my lab course online! What should I do?March 25, 2020 by Linda Strubbe and Sam McKagan, PhysPort
In the wake of COVID-19, many faculty are being asked to quickly shift their lab classes online. We are sharing with you ideas and resources that align with research-based pedagogical principles, research-validated resources for teaching labs online, and ideas that colleagues are trying as they make this transition.
laboratory, online tools, COVID-19
Strategies and resources for teaching your physics course online on short noticeMarch 24, 2020 by Chandralekha Singh, University of Pittsburgh
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many of us teaching physics as well as those teaching other subjects in face-to-face brick-and-mortar classrooms have suddenly found themselves in an unprecedented situation: the rest of the term should immediately transition to a completely online format! Here I outline some strategies and resources that can help you and your colleagues.
How can I maintain sensemaking when moving my class from in-person to online?March 13, 2020 by Andrew Elby (he/him) and Ayush Gupta (he/him, they/them)
While switching your in-person, active-learning physics classroom to an online environment, how can you navigate technical and curricular issues in a kind and humane way? We argue for devoting some of your remaining bandwidth to this issue: helping students continue to frame their "in-class" activity as sense-making.
sensemaking, online tools, COVID-19
I suddenly have to move my face-to-face physics/astronomy course online! What should I do?March 13, 2020 by Linda Strubbe and Sam McKagan, PhysPort
In the wake of COVID-19, many faculty are being asked to quickly shift their classes online. We are sharing with you ideas and resources that align with research-based pedagogical principles, research-validated resources for teaching online, and ideas that colleagues are trying as they make this transition.
Which observation protocols are available online?January 22, 2019 by Cassandra Paul and Adrian Madsen
Several observation protocols are available on the General Observation and Reflection Platform (GORP). GORP is a secure web-based platform that allows users to customize existing observation protocols, (and create their own protocols), in order to simplify data collection and sharing.
observation protocol, online tools, assessment
Administering research-based assessments onlineFebruary 10, 2016 by Adrian Madsen & Sam McKagan, PhysPort Assistant Director & Director
An overview of ways to administer research-based assessments online. Includes general guidelines and details about platforms for administering specific assessments including the FCI, FMCE, BEMA, CSEM, PCA, SOSESC-P, EMCS, CLASS, LSCI, E-CLASS, PLIC, FliP-CoIn, and MBT.
assessment, concept inventories, best practices, online tools