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Effective Response to Student Writing

Undarmaa Maamuujav, School of Education Responding to students’ papers that have serious rhetorical weaknesses and multitude of linguistic errors is a challenging task for instructors, but what is more trying is finding a systematic and effective method of response to actively engage students in their writing and editing processes. On average, writing instructors spend about 20-40 minutes to write comments and make corrections on a single paper (Sommers, 2013). For […]

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Promoting Equity and Humanizing Online Courses

Maricela Bañuelos, School of Education Historically, online learning was intended to increase underserved students’ access to educational opportunities. These students include students who are financially disadvantaged, English language learners, or disabled, or who come from rural areas (Campbell & Storo, 1996). While online courses may have expanded educational access to historically marginalized students, studies have found that students from marginalized groups are less likely to succeed in online courses (Pascansky-Brock et […]

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Three Tips for Promoting Student Motivation

Yangyang Liu, School of Education Students play an active role in their own learning. However, as an instructor, you may have noticed that some students are more motivated than others in your classroom. According to educational research, optimal learning happens when individuals are intrinsically motivated (Black & Deci, 2000). You can motivate your students by promoting their sense of autonomy, competence, and relatedness. Granting Autonomy Teaching is a structured human […]

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Supplemental Information. Questions asked during pre/post-390X surveys.

Would you like to opt out of including your responses in our analysis? Rank the value of the following aspects of your motivation for taking this class. Please select only one response per column (1 = Least important; 2 = Somewhat important; 3 = Important; 4 = Very important; 5 = Most important: Improving quality of life Preparing job market materials Developing teaching skills Having a sense of community Building […]

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Invited presenter Dan Levy and Teachly software

Using data and technology to teach more effectively and inclusively The School of Education and the Division of Teaching Excellence and Innovation invites you to join Harvard Senior Lecturer Dan Levy as he presents a new type of teaching software he has developed. Presentation: Tuesday, February 5 9:30 – 10:30 am ALP 2100 Abstract: Not a day goes by on college campuses across the nation without pleas for improving diversity and […]

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Celebration of Teaching

2021 Celebration of Teaching Award Winners Dr. De Gallow Professor the Year: Aimee Edinger, Developmental and Cell Biology, School of Biological Sciences Lecturer of the Year: Max Chao, Accounting, Paul Merage School of Business Excellence in Digital Learning: Richard Futrell, Language Science, School of Social Sciences Excellence in Pedagogical Development: Roberto Pelayo, Mathematics, School of Physical Sciences Learning Experience Design and Online Education: Zeba Wunderlich, Developmental and Cell Biology, School of […]

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Celebration of Teaching – 2016

There are two categories of awards presented, the first of which is the Campuswide Awards. Recipients are selected by members of the Academic Senate Council on Student Experience and members of the groups providing the monetary awards. Selections are based on campuswide nominations from peers, colleagues, and students. The second category of awards are for those selected by their Deans as Deans’ Honorees for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching, and the […]

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Celebration of Teaching – 2017

  UCI honors some of its outstanding instructors at the 2017 Celebration of Teaching. Founded in 1992, to date over 300 professors, lecturers, and TAs have been recognized by their colleagues and students for exemplary teaching. 2017 Celebration of Teaching Thursday, May 4, 2017 4:30-6:30 pm, University Student Center, Doheny Beach A&B. For more information and nomination forms: link Recipients of the Competitive Awards: Professor of the Year; Renee Link, […]

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Celebration of Teaching – 2018

UCI honors some of its outstanding instructors at the 2017 Celebration of Teaching. Founded in 1992, to date over 300 professors, lecturers, and TAs have been recognized by their colleagues and students for exemplary teaching. 2018 Celebration of Teaching Thursday, April 29, 2018 4:30-7:00 pm, University Student Center, Pacific Ballroom. Recipients of the Competitive Awards: Professor of the Year; Grant MacGregor, School of Biological Sciences Lecturer of the Year; Max […]

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Instructional Technology Internship Opportunity Working with Faculty to Improve Course Websites

Would you like to get a head start in learning about educational technology? The Division of Teaching Excellence and Innovation (DTEI) at UCI is partnering with the School of Education to offer a 4-credit independent study course on implementing Canvas, the learning management system (LMS) that many faculty are already using in their courses. Many K-12 school districts are also beginning to use an LMS to allow teachers to offer […]

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