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Fellows SoTL Project Descriptions
Increased understanding of various grading systems on student’s perceptions of group work.
Identified effective multidisciplinary strategies for capitalizing on diversity.
The relative efficacy of java applets on student's recall and reactions to psychometric statistics.
The role of multimodal literacy practices in teaching shakespeare.
Pixita del Prado Hill
Effective Instructional Supports for African-American and Latina Teacher Candidates
Calming the Anxious Student: Using Short Assignments to Clarify Expectations and Improve Writing.
Increased understanding of potential contribution of aligning curriculum and assessment.
Addressed Middle-states – identified first-year programs weaknesses.
Increased understanding of the interaction between forms of media based instruction, reading levels, and content recall.
Addressed the NCATE identified deficit in student understanding of assessment practices through experience with clinical interviews.
Increased understanding of aspects of curriculum that have long-term impact on students.
The Intellectual Development of First Year Students.
Identified effective strategies for using technology to help students integrate inquiry and action.
Evaluation of an Undergraduate Summer Research Program
Presented a model for establishing academic field networks that foster effective field experience.
Explored techniques to engage students in traditionally difficult course work.
Using narrative films to develop critical thinking skills.
Promoted academic rigor in field based learning
Diversity and service-learning.