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View Resource GenYES Resources

This link will take you to the Free Resource section of the GenYES website. The resources on this page are all free and downloadable for you to use and share with colleagues in educational institutions. They ask that you not modify them, sell them, or use parts without attributing GenYES. What you'll find on this page:- White papers/Monographs - How-to guides - Research summaries - Presentations-...

View Resource Rubrics

Dr. Mary Allen of The California State University System has created this lesson which is one of eight "teaching tips" focused on assessment. This presentation offers a definition of rubrics, lists their strengths, outlines how to develop a rubric, and suggests how to use scoring rubrics for grading and program assessment. The page also features a helpful faculty guidebook. This guide addresses...

View Resource Methods of Engaging Students at the Start of Class

Kerry L. Cheesman of Capital University has created this article that suggests many helpful strategies to engage students. It focuses on Engagement from the 5-E Learning Cycle. While mostly aimed at instructors, this paper could be a useful resource for anyone looking to "break the ice" at a presentation. The resource mentions ideas such as joke, cartoons, poems, songs, demonstrations, current...

View Resource Two Million Minutes, a Global Examination

This is a documentary that stresses the universal importance of education and composes a global snapshot of education, from the viewpoint of kids preparing for their future. From the time a student graduates 8th grade they have approximately two million minutes until their high school graduation. Learn how students from the United States, China and India, spend their time to build their...

View Resource Modeling Instruction Program

Created by David Hestenes of Arizona State University's modeling instruction and software development research, this site is an approach to reform of curriculum design and teaching methodology has been guided by a Modeling Theory of Physics Instruction. In addition, the site also provides modeling instructions for biology, chemistry and physical science. External links are provided under the...

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