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Wednesday, June 14 @12:10 pm
Using Canvas when Teaching In-Person
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Bustad Hall

What purpose does Canvas serve when you are teaching a face-to-face course? Much of the learning in your class happens outside of the physical classroom as students study and complete work outside of the scheduled meeting times. Beyond simply hosting all the files you share with students, Canvas has the potential to structure how students learn outside of class. This training reviews various module structures to demonstrate how intentional course design can improve students’ user experience. We reflect on our current Canvas course spaces and brainstorm how different organizational structures might remove some of the administrative burdens of teaching and give you more time to plan powerful learning experiences.

Wednesday, June 21 @12:10 pm
How do I write effective multiple-choice questions? Answer: E. All of the Above
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Animal Disease Biotech Facility (ADBF)

This interactive session will be focused on first reminding participants about best practices in constructing multiple-choice questions and then collaborating with others to hone their assessment skills. Participants are encouraged to bring exam questions to this session and share them with colleagues who do not have your content expertise. Participants will leave with tips, resources to enhance their test writing, and new colleagues willing to aid this collaborative process

Wednesday, June 28 @12:10 pm
Assessments, Oh My! Options other than MCQ
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Animal Disease Biotech Facility (ADBF)

Mini workshops are open to faculty, residents, and graduate students from the College of Veterinary Medicine and across the WSU.
Our model: these workshops are intended to be active learning sessions. Each topic/idea will be introduced, and then the participants will engage, interact, and sometimes begin to create a product.