The PowerPoint files target content delivery to a wide audience. This format provides you with printable materials for future reference.
The Video Presentations have been formatted as independent learning modules. With PowerPoint slides, instructor appearance and verbal guidance, this format allows you to systematically learn a topic.
The Audio Podcast presentations are the audio portions of the complete video presentations developed by the CLD. This format allows you to listen to a topic using a computer or any portable MP3 devices.
Strategies to Assess Large Classes
First Step in Course Planning: Writing Effective Learning Objectives
Designing Multiple Choice Tests to Measure Higher Order Thinking
Case-Based & Collaborative Learning
Higher Order Thinking Item Format Examples
Incorporating “Online” Components in Your Face-to-Face Teaching
Managing Classroom Incivilities
Test Item Writing Exercises
Test Item Writing for higher order thinking
UNTHSC Higher Order Thinking (HOT) Overview
Using Copyrighted Materials in Teaching
Using Online Discussions to Enhance Students’ Higher Order Thinking
Using PowerPoint to Enhance Teaching
Using Test Data
to drive decision making: Scantron tests
Beginning, Developing, Exemplary: Using a Targeted Grading Rubric to Assess the Information-Seeking Skills of First-Year Medical Students
Course Design and Redesign
Developing and Testing a Rubric: Comprehensive Exams
Engaging Learners in Small and Large Classes
Facilitating Higher Order Thinking (HOT) in Classroom and Clinical Settings