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 sources. Join us for a special session where we will look at best practices for using Turnitin in a meaningful way. Additionally, we will examine trust in the classroom, a topic that strikes at the heart of the one-dimensional use of Turnitin and other similar tools.
The mission of the Rothwell Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence is to empower faculty members in their pursuit of professional growth through diverse offerings for the universal goal of student success.
Assessing & Improving (3)
This section provides resources for assessing student learning, assessing your teaching, and improving your class(es).
These are how-to documents, guides, tip clips, and just-in-time resources. If it is step-by-step instructions on using a tool, place the item here instead of under Technology.
Here you will find teaching information on pedagogy, policies, professionalism, principles, frameworks, and student populations. Topics include FAC-10, Bloom's Taxonomy, Preterm Setup, and Information for Instructors.
This section provides guidance on classroom management, issues, methods, assessment, improvement, diversity, equity, and inclusion. Topics include feedback, engagement, instructor presence, and active learning.