On Friday, April 22nd, Heather Panczykowski shared her experiences in flipping her OTA classroom as part of CELT’s Faculty Idea Exchange presentation. Below is an interview with Heather on this experience and some suggestions on how other disciplines can also use flipped classroom strategies.
We received a question from a faculty member about how student’s view the comments they have added to the grade book. Below are links to instructions on adding comments and well as a video on how students can view their comments under My Grades.
During Kylie Harris’s Faculty Idea Exchange presentation on October 31st, she introduced using games and fun in the classroom. Professor Harris’s ideas are part of the gamification in the classroom in which is meant to introduce elements of games such as a sense of competition and fun in order to motivate students to learn. Continue reading
At first glance, the Blackboard grade book may look complicated, but we have broken it down into five easy steps. Here are the 5 easy steps you need for setting up your Blackboard grade book. Continue reading
As the end of the semester rolls around, here is a quick tip on printing your Blackboard gradebook. The secret is…it must be downloaded in Excel. Here’s directions To Print the Blackboard Gradebook.