Last summer, a number of UNI faculty spent a week learning about “flipping” and “blending” their courses using different kinds of technology. In this session, three of them share what they’ve done and how students have responded. Marek Sliwinski, biology, will highlight how he’s flipped student presentations and other course materials in his genetics class. Mark Fienup, computer science, will talk about how he’s blended his computer organization course, including how the blended schedule works, how he’s used Panopto and how students have responded to the course. Siobahn Morgan, earth science, will discuss her experience of semi-flipping and semiblending her honors astronomy course.
This is the second session. The first session will showcase three other faculty members on Friday, March 6, at 2 pm in Room 378, Rod Library.
Learn how to create test/survey questions, deploy these assessments, grade questions that involve text entry, and view data concerning student responses. Recommended settings to help avoid common issues with electronic testing will be addressed.
Employees are invited to attend a spine and health lunch and learn presentation conducted by Wayson Chiropractic. Focuses will center around how exercise affects the spine, how certain foods can harm or heal and how a Doctor of Chiropractic may help when you are in pain. Employees are invited to bring their lunches; water and ice tea will be provided. Registration is required as space is limited.