February 2021 archive

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SIP 13.5 Trauma-Responsive Teaching

Thirsty for a Strong Instructional Practice? A traumatic experience is any event in life that causes a threat to our safety and well-being. More than two-thirds of the population report experiencing at least one Adverse Childhood Experience. ACEs are common among all populations, and nearly a quarter of people have experienced three or more in their …

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SIP 13.4 Writing Good Multiple-choice Questions

Thirsty for a Strong Instructional Practice? As more assessment takes place in the online environment these days, the advantages of multiple-choice questions become apparent. And while employing a variety of assessment formats is ideal, multiple-choice questions can be an effective and efficient way to assess student learning outcomes (SLOs). Multiple-choice questions have several potential advantages: …

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SIP 13.3 Navigating Constant Moral Decisions while Teaching and Learning During a Pandemic

Students and faculty alike are tired from the daily value prioritizing and moral negotiations required for pandemic life. From the simplest decisions to the most complex, our values and priorities are being questioned and tested; it can even feel like these decisions define our worth or standing within our communities. Decisions that normally didn’t take …

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