Yesterday we posted an article with the presentation recordings from the morning Short Presentation Session that took place at the May 16th TEACHx event at the Norris Center. Today you can watch videos from the afternoon session. These presentations were given as part of the annual TEACHx event which highlights teaching and learning experiments from across Northwestern.
If you missed the event and want to learn more, check out our Storify or peruse the list of 2016 Projects. TEACHx 2017 is scheduled for May 19, 2017 so mark those calendars today! If you want to be notified when there’s more information or a call for presenters, please contact us at email@example.com and we will be sure to put you on our mailing list.
Among the afternoon presentations were Bette and Neison Harris Professor in Teaching Excellence Michael Peshkin’s talk about utilizing his Lightboard technology to enhance just-in-time video production and Associate Professor of Instruction Elena Lanza’s use of the Blue Jeans videoconferencing software to encourage student to self-assess their continual progress towards fluency in Spanish.
Watch a TEACHx presentation:
Elena Lanza, Rolling R’s and Taking Names: (Self-)Assessing Speaking in the Foreign Language Classroom Through Videoconferencing
Spanish and Portuguese, Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences
Bryan Libbin, Three Classes, Three Universities: An Experiment in Virtual Learning Spaces
School of Communication
Michael Peshkin and J. Alex Birdwell, Lightboard for Quick and Gorgeous Video Mini-Lectures
Mechanical Engineering, Robert R. McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science
Barry Wimpfheimer, The Talmud: A Methodological Introduction
Religious Studies, Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences
Sara Broaders and Ben Gorvine, Psychology Statistics Tutorials and Assessments
Psychology, Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences