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[[PREP_2011|Prep 2011 Main Page]] > On Site Workshop
 
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==Resources==
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* [[Prep_2011_workshop_groups|Workshop Teams]]
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* [[CHResources|Carriage House Resources]]
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==Set-Up==
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* One WeBWorK course per group, with all participants in all courses
   
 
==Schedule==
 
==Schedule==
   
 
Day 1 [June 23]:
 
Day 1 [June 23]:
9am - Welcome/introductions, Outline workshop.
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9am - Welcome/introductions, Outline workshop. [JasonA]
 
9:30am - Computer set-up: make sure participants are on-line as needed, WeBWorK work
 
9:30am - Computer set-up: make sure participants are on-line as needed, WeBWorK work
courses are available, etc.
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courses are available, etc. [JasonA; DavideC, DickL, JeffH, JohnJ, MarilouM]
10am - Introduction to subversion branches for problem and problem set development.
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10am - ''What is a Model Course?—An Example and Thoughts'' [MarilouM]
Ensure participants are able to commit/update from their repository branches.
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11am - Break/coffee
Have commit/update/delete of files for each.
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11:15am - Finalize Course Teams [JasonA]
Preview next session.
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11:30am - Course Teams meet to outline their model course:
10:30am - Break/coffee
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- ''scope'' (textbook(s), syllabus)
11am - Problem groups meet and block out problem sets/syllabus for their courses.
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- ''materials to be produced'' (problem sets, hardcopies, use notes...)
(This won't be the problems in those sets, just the sets and material.)
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- ''organizational structure'' (naming conventions, directory structure...)
 
12:30pm - Lunch
 
12:30pm - Lunch
1:30pm - Discussion: issues in locating and developing problems for sets, articulation
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1:30pm - Discussion: ''Finalizing Model Courses'' [MarilouM]
and revision of problem evaluation rubric.
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- Bring model course formalization to closure
2:30pm - Problem group work on sets, collecting and blocking out problems that need to
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2:30pm - Course Teams meet to block out problem setsProblem group work on sets, collecting and blocking out problems that need to
 
be written.
 
be written.
 
[3:30pm - WeBWorK-Blackboard Building Block Demo]
 
[3:30pm - WeBWorK-Blackboard Building Block Demo]

Revision as of 07:49, 16 June 2011

Prep 2011 Main Page > On Site Workshop

Resources

Set-Up

  • One WeBWorK course per group, with all participants in all courses

Schedule

Day 1 [June 23]:
    9am - Welcome/introductions, Outline workshop. [JasonA]
 9:30am - Computer set-up: make sure participants are on-line as needed, WeBWorK work
          courses are available, etc. [JasonA; DavideC, DickL, JeffH, JohnJ, MarilouM]
   10am - What is a Model Course?—An Example and Thoughts [MarilouM]
   11am - Break/coffee
11:15am - Finalize Course Teams [JasonA]
11:30am - Course Teams meet to outline their model course:
          - scope (textbook(s), syllabus)
          - materials to be produced (problem sets, hardcopies, use notes...)
          - organizational structure (naming conventions, directory structure...)
12:30pm - Lunch
 1:30pm - Discussion: Finalizing Model Courses [MarilouM]
          - Bring model course formalization to closure
 2:30pm - Course Teams meet to block out problem setsProblem group work on sets, collecting and blocking out problems that need to
          be written.
 [3:30pm - WeBWorK-Blackboard Building Block Demo]
 5:30pm - Wrap-up: summary and discussion of each group's work [over some sort of minimal
          break type food].
 6:30pm - Break for dinner.
Evening - Problem group work at participants' discretion.

Day 2 [June 24]:
    9am - Problem group work
10:30am - Break/coffee
11:00am - NPL discussion: issues, tips and tricks.  Experiential information on
          successfully using the NPL, shortcomings that need/could be addressed.
   noon - Lunch
 1:30pm - Problem writing and editing tips and tricks.  5 minute presentations on
          specific tips and ideas found by the different problem groups which are of
          broad usefulness.
 2:00pm - Problem group work.
 5:00pm - Discussion of application of problem assessment rubric to problems and sets
          being developed.
 5:30pm - Wrap-up: summary and discussion of each group's work [over some sort of minimal
          break type food].
 6:30pm - Break for dinner.
Evening - Problem group work at participants' discretion.

Day 3 [June 25]:
    9am - Problem group work
10:30am - Break/coffee
   11am - Group presentations: about 10 min per group, showing content and work.  Should
          bring out specific tips and ideas for a useful model course, allow suggestions 
          for what else may be needed or useful.
   noon - Lunch
 1:30pm - Problem group work
 4:30pm - NPL discussion?
 5:00pm - Discussion of application of problem assessment rubric to problems and sets
          being developed.
 5:30pm - Wrap-up: summary and discussion of each group's work [over some sort of minimal
          break type food].
 6:30pm - Break for dinner.
Evening - Problem group work at participants' discretion.

Day 4 [June 26]:
    9am - Working group reports
   11am - NPL group wrap-up
   noon - Lunch, wrap-up
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