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* [[Prep_2011_workshop_groups|Workshop Teams]]
 
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* [[CHResources|Carriage House Resources]]
 
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** [[PREP_2011_Notes _June 23| Notes for June 23]]
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** [[Difficulty Rubric]]
   
 
==Set-Up==
 
==Set-Up==
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Day 1 [June 23]:
 
Day 1 [June 23]:
9am - Welcome/introductions, Outline workshop. [JasonA]
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9am - Welcome/introductions, ''pre-assessment survey'', 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. [JasonA; DavideC, DickL, JeffH, JohnJ, MarilouM]
 
courses are available, etc. [JasonA; DavideC, DickL, JeffH, JohnJ, MarilouM]
 
10am - ''What is a Model Course?—An Example and Thoughts'' [MarilouM]
 
10am - ''What is a Model Course?—An Example and Thoughts'' [MarilouM]
 
11am - Break/coffee
 
11am - Break/coffee
11:15am - Finalize Course Teams [JasonA]
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11:15am - Finalize Course-Teams [JasonA]
 
11:30am - Course Teams meet to outline their model course:
 
11:30am - Course Teams meet to outline their model course:
 
- ''scope'' (textbook(s), syllabus)
 
- ''scope'' (textbook(s), syllabus)
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1:30pm - Discussion: ''Finalizing Model Courses'' [MarilouM]
 
1:30pm - Discussion: ''Finalizing Model Courses'' [MarilouM]
 
- Bring model course formalization to closure
 
- Bring model course formalization to closure
2:30pm - Course Teams meet to block out problem sets needed and team members' roles
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2:30pm - Course-Teams meet to block out problem sets needed and team members' roles
 
3:00pm - Check in with teams as appropriate [JasonA; DickL, MarilouM]
 
3:00pm - Check in with teams as appropriate [JasonA; DickL, MarilouM]
3:00pm - Course Team Work
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3:00pm - Course-Team Work
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3:30pm - [Optional] WeBWorK-Blackboard Building Block
 
5:30pm - Wrap-up: summary and discussion of each group's work [over some sort of
 
5:30pm - Wrap-up: summary and discussion of each group's work [over some sort of
 
minimal break type food].
 
minimal break type food].
 
6:30pm - Break for dinner.
 
6:30pm - Break for dinner.
Evening - Problem group work at participants' discretion.
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Evening - Course-Team work at participants' discretion.
 
 
 
Day 2 [June 24]:
 
Day 2 [June 24]:
Problem coding session [DickL]
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9am - ''Problem Coding Q&A'' [DickL]
9am - Problem group work
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- example problems or problems drawn from work on the previous day
10:30am - Break/coffee
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- reflection on ''Good Problems'' work/rubric and how it relates or is useful
11:00am - NPL discussion: issues, tips and tricks. Experiential information on
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10:00am - Break/coffee
successfully using the NPL, shortcomings that need/could be addressed.
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10:15am - Course-Team Work
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11:30am - ''NPL Discussion'' [JeffH, JohnJ]
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- issues, tips and tricks that have come up in group work
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- experiential information on successfully using the NPL
  +
- shortcomings that need/could be addressed.
 
noon - Lunch
 
noon - Lunch
1:30pm - Problem writing and editing tips and tricks. 5 minute presentations on
 
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1:30pm - Course-Team Work
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4:00pm - Problem writing and editing tips and tricks. 5 minute presentations on
 
specific tips and ideas found by the different problem groups which are of
 
specific tips and ideas found by the different problem groups which are of
broad usefulness.
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broad usefulness. [JasonA: moderate]
2:00pm - Problem group work.
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5:00pm - Course-Team Work (Maybe: where the team is and what needs to be done)
5:00pm - Discussion of application of problem assessment rubric to problems and sets
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5:30pm - Wrap-up: summary and discussion of each group's work [over some sort of
being developed.
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minimal break type food].
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.
 
6:30pm - Break for dinner.
Evening - Problem group work at participants' discretion.
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Evening - Course-Team group work at participants' discretion.
 
 
 
Day 3 [June 25]:
 
Day 3 [June 25]:
9am - Problem group work
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9am - Course-Team group work
 
10:30am - Break/coffee
 
10:30am - Break/coffee
11am - Group presentations: about 10 min per group, showing content and work. Should
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10:45am - 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
 
bring out specific tips and ideas for a useful model course, allow suggestions
for what else may be needed or useful.
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for what else may be needed or useful. [JasonA: moderate]
 
noon - Lunch
 
noon - Lunch
1:30pm - Problem group work
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1:30pm - Course-Team Work
4:30pm - NPL discussion?
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4:00pm - ''Library Browser 2 Demo'' [MikeG]
5:00pm - Discussion of application of problem assessment rubric to problems and sets
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4:30pm - Course-Team Work, or
being developed.
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Problem Authoring Questions & Discussion [DickL], or
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Discussion of "Good Problems" rubric/ideas in the context of group work [DickL]
 
5:30pm - Wrap-up: summary and discussion of each group's work [over some sort of minimal
 
5:30pm - Wrap-up: summary and discussion of each group's work [over some sort of minimal
break type food].
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break type food]. Emphasis on how the Model Courses are developing, and what
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remains to be completed. [MarilouM]
 
6:30pm - Break for dinner.
 
6:30pm - Break for dinner.
 
Evening - Problem group work at participants' discretion.
 
Evening - Problem group work at participants' discretion.
 
 
 
Day 4 [June 26]:
 
Day 4 [June 26]:
9am - Working group reports
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9am - Course-Team group work
11am - NPL group wrap-up
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11am - ''NPL and Library Browser Discussion Wrap-up'' [JeffH, JohnJ]
noon - Lunch, wrap-up
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11:30am - ''On-site Workshop Wrap-Up'' [JasonA]
<i>Need to fit in: demo of Library Browser 2</i>
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- How much teams have completed, how much needs to be done
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- What we need to facilitate completion
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- ''Post-assessment survey''
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12:30pm - Lunch, informal wrap-up
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[[Category:PREP 2011]]

Latest revision as of 12:25, 16 June 2021

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, pre-assessment survey, 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 sets needed and team members' roles
 3:00pm - Check in with teams as appropriate [JasonA; DickL, MarilouM]
 3:00pm - Course-Team Work
 3:30pm - [Optional] WeBWorK-Blackboard Building Block
 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 - Course-Team work at participants' discretion.

Day 2 [June 24]:
    9am - Problem Coding Q&A [DickL]
          - example problems or problems drawn from work on the previous day
          - reflection on Good Problems work/rubric and how it relates or is useful
10:00am - Break/coffee
10:15am - Course-Team Work
11:30am - NPL Discussion [JeffH, JohnJ]
          - issues, tips and tricks that have come up in group work
          - experiential information on successfully using the NPL
          - shortcomings that need/could be addressed.
   noon - Lunch
 1:30pm - Course-Team Work
 4:00pm - 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.  [JasonA: moderate]
 5:00pm - Course-Team Work (Maybe: where the team is and what needs to be done)
 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 - Course-Team group work at participants' discretion.

Day 3 [June 25]:
    9am - Course-Team group work
10:30am - Break/coffee
10:45am - 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.  [JasonA: moderate]
   noon - Lunch
 1:30pm - Course-Team Work
 4:00pm - Library Browser 2 Demo [MikeG]
 4:30pm - Course-Team Work, or
          Problem Authoring Questions & Discussion [DickL], or
          Discussion of "Good Problems" rubric/ideas in the context of group work [DickL]
 5:30pm - Wrap-up: summary and discussion of each group's work [over some sort of minimal
          break type food].  Emphasis on how the Model Courses are developing, and what
          remains to be completed.  [MarilouM]
 6:30pm - Break for dinner.
Evening - Problem group work at participants' discretion.

Day 4 [June 26]:
    9am - Course-Team group work
   11am - NPL and Library Browser Discussion Wrap-up [JeffH, JohnJ]
11:30am - On-site Workshop Wrap-Up [JasonA]
          - How much teams have completed, how much needs to be done
          - What we need to facilitate completion
          - Post-assessment survey
12:30pm - Lunch, informal wrap-up