Gili Ad-Marbach

University of Maryland-College Park

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Evaluation and Assessment part of Network of STEM Education Centers:Workshops:Workshop 2016: STEM Center Toolkit Workshop:Essays
Gili Marbach-Ad, CMNS Teaching and Learning Center, University of Maryland-College Park We use Colbeck's model for evaluating professional development programs to improve teaching and learning. This includes ...

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CMNS Teaching and Learning Center part of Network of STEM Education Centers:Workshops:Working Meeting 2018:Pre-Work
Gili Marbach-Ad, CMNS Teaching and Learning Center, University of Maryland Our Teaching and Learning Center (Acrobat (PDF) 677kB Apr20 18)

CMNS Teaching and Learning Center part of Network of STEM Education Centers:Center Profiles
Our Teaching and Learning Center supports discipline-based professional development programs for faculty and graduate students according to their needs.

Guided by Evidence: Changing the Disciplinary Culture of Teaching and Learning part of Accelerating Systemic Change Network:Transforming Institutions Conference:Program:Oral Presentations:Session F
Students learn better when they are actively engaged in constructing knowledge, but teaching approaches that foster student engagement are far from widespread in undergraduate STEM classrooms. To remedy this, the ...

The Biology Teaching Assistant Project: Theory of Change for a Network part of Accelerating Systemic Change Network:Transforming Institutions Conference:Program:Oral Presentations:Session H
The Biology Teaching Assistant Project (BioTAP) is an NSF-funded research coordination network with a goal to support evidence-based institutional change in biology graduate teaching assistant (GTA) teaching ...

Using Data-Driven Faculty Professional Development To Promote Change In Undergraduate Education part of Accelerating Systemic Change Network:Transforming Institutions Conference:Program:Oral Presentations:Session B
Employers in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) fields report that recent graduates are deficient in important workplace skills (e.g., collaboration, professional writing). This has motivated ...