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Pre-workshop Assignments

Friday, November 5th (1-4pm CT)

Session recordings are available in the participant workspace.

1 - 1:20 pm CT Project EDDIE Workshop Introduction and Code of Conduct (PowerPoint 2007 (.pptx) 3.6MB Nov3 21) (Sarah)

Intros Jamboard

1:20 - 1:40 pm CT EDDIE ABC module structure & arc, staying true to inquiry (PowerPoint 2007 (.pptx) 3.6MB Nov5 21) (Catherine)

1:40 - 2:45 pm CT Deep Dive Exploring Part A of Activity you are Adopting (Sarah)

  • About the worksheet
  • Working through Activity (start with A, work for 40 minutes; take a short break if needed)
    • Take notes on your experience as a student in your planning workspace
    • Document idea for changes for your teaching comfort
    • Write down any questions/sticking points you'd like to discuss
  • Discussion time to help each other work through places they are stuck (25 minutes)

Break (5 min)

2:50-3:50 pm CT

  • Action Planning Worksheet (Alanna)
    • Take notes to inform how you will adopt the module
    • Help each other with sticking points (we suggest last 20 minutes)
  • Related links:
    • Instructor Stories: document how instructors have used modules in their classrooms, spanning from small to large classes at a variety of institution types. These may give you ideas to try in your course.
    • Statistical Vignettes: are short illustrated presentations that explore common statistical misconceptions in earth and environmental sciences. These may be pared with EDDIE modules to help students improve their quantitative reasoning skills.
    • Project EDDIE Video Collection: provides tutorials for software and tools that may be useful for you and/or your students.

3:50-4:00 pm CT Road Check (Sarah)

Tuesday, November 9 and/or Wednesday, November 10

Jump to: Option A-Scaffolding | Option B- Inclusive Vibrant Community

Choose One (or attend both):

Option A: Customizing scaffolding for your students (November 9, 9 am -12 pm CT)

This session will help participants plan how to better provide structuring and support for your students that meets students where they are at as they build quantitative reasoning skills using EDDIE modules. Learn and discuss strategies for structuring quantitative activities to support equitable outcomes for your students.


Option B: Developing an inclusive, vibrant inquiry community for your students (November 10, 9 am - 12 pm CT)

This session will identify opportunities for students to learn and share from each other as they engage in inquiry through EDDIE modules. Reflect on your own opportunities to support inclusive, vibrant inquiry communities for your students.

Tuesday: Customizing scaffolding for your students

Session recordings are available in the participant workspace.

9:00 am - 9:15 am CT Welcome & discussion (Sarah)

What are the challenges your students have as they enter into inquiry-based science and quantitative reasoning?

9:15 pm - 9:35 am CT Reinforcing Skills & Habits in EDDIE modules (Alanna)

9:35-10:15 am CT Scaffolding in Your Course (Slides 1-4)  (Small groups discuss each question, & then record strategies & ideas) (Tadhg)

10:15-10:25 am CT Break

10:25-10:45 a.m. CT  Exploring the Evidence Basis for EDDIE Strategies (PowerPoint 2007 (.pptx) 1.3MB Nov9 21) (Tadhg)

10:45-11:25 am CT Course planning (Work in your personal workspace - scroll down within it. Co-working groups) (Sarah)

11:25-11:55 am CT Creating meaningful connections between classes or between your course and campus initiatives (Slide 6 & 7) (Tadhg)

11:55 am-12:00 pm CT End of workshop survey (if you're coming to tomorrow's session, please complete after that session) (Sarah)

Wednesday: Developing an inclusive, vibrant inquiry community for your students

9:00 a.m. - 9:15 am CT Supporting Vibrant Inquiry (PowerPoint 2007 (.pptx) 61kB Nov1 21) (Sarah)

9:15 a.m. -9:50 am CT Engagement Strategies that Support Inclusive Inquiry (PowerPoint 2007 (.pptx) 833kB Nov9 21)

Supporting Inclusive Vibrant Inquiry  (Tadhg)(slides 1 & 2)

  • What do you see as some of the barriers to building a community that fosters inclusive inquiry?
  • How will you apply some of the strategies suggested to reduce barriers?

9:50 am-10:15 am CT Resources to Support Learning Differences Review JigSaw (Alanna)

In your small group, review one of the provided resources that help support students in inquiry & share main ideas with other groups

  • Summarize
  • Good ideas
  • Application to class

10:15 am-10:25 am CT Break

10:25 am-10:35 a.m. CT Share out key ideas from resource exploration (Alanna)

10:35-10:55 a.m. Round 2 (10:35-10:55)

10:55-11:05 Share Out key Ideas

11:05-11:20 am CT Evidence-based strategies for inclusive teaching & belonging (PowerPoint 2007 (.pptx) 1.6MB Nov9 21)

11:20 am -11:40 am CT Building Supportive Community (Small Groups) (Sarah) (slides 3 & 4)

  • What are your ideas for supporting belonging and building community in your class?
  • Why is it so important to build community while teaching inquiry and quantitative reasoning?

11:40 am-11:55 am CT Share Out & Synthesis (Tadhg)

11:55 am CT End of workshop survey (Sarah)