Posts Tagged ‘critical thinking’

I recently attended CIT2011 at SUNY Oneonta and presented a poster called:

Using a Claims Analysis Blog
to Facilitate Team Work and Critical Thinking

Team work is often problematic, both in face-to-face and online classes. First, students often do not understand how to work in teams; second, grading everyone fairly is often an issue. Over the past year an instructional designer and a faculty member devised a solution using a blog. Details of this assignment and its successes and failures will be presented.

This Claims Analysis Blog assignment was developed by Andy Smith, an online science instructor at Granite State College(GSC), and Linda Kenney, an instructional designer at GSC. Andy uses this assignment in an online Physical Geography class, which he teaches in the summer term. Linda teaches face-to-face courses at the University of New Hampshire-Manchester and has used this team blog assignment for two semesters. Andy and Linda have tweaked this assignment every term. conference abstract

I put all information about the presentation on the following website:



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