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Special Session: Using Turnitin As a Teaching Tool

April 2nd, 2021 by
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Has a student ever posted a Turnitin assignment in your classes with a high similarity score? Turnitin is used as a plagiarism tool to identify students that may intentionally or unintentionally plagiarize information from original references in-class assignments. Turnitin’s function as a similarity checker can help faculty instruct students on the proper methods of citing…
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Faculty Self-Reflection

June 5th, 2020 by
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Self-reflection is a process for gaining a better understanding of your emotions, strengths, weaknesses, and other driving factors, by taking time to ask important questions. Self-reflection should be continuous, especially at the end of each term. This video provides guidance on how to improve your teaching via self-reflection.

What Can You Learn From Your Annual Observation?

May 1st, 2020 by
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Annual observations are an opportunity to reflect on the past year. To consider what went well with your classes and what can be improved. This video provides some tips to facilitate this process.