CLASSROOM ACTIVITY CONTEST
During Winter Term 2006, the Classroom Activity Contest was held encouraging PCC faculty to submit strategies used in class to teach course material and facilitate student retention. There were a total of 89 entries submitted, spanning numerous disciplines. The winning submissions and the additional entries are included below for PCC faculty to use as a resource in teaching and further strengthening PCC's commitment to student success and retention.
- Wendy Feuer
- Marlene Howell
- Bryan Hull
- Miriam Kloster
- Siobhan McConnell
- Sherri Prodani
- Levi Query
- Lee Ann Redifer
- Jane Rognlie
- Kim Smith
Additional Classroom Activity Submissions
These classroom activities are designed for instructors/classmates to get to know one another.
Course Development and Assessment
These strategies are designed to aide in course development, assessment, and grading.
These classroom activities are designed for instructors/students to engage in conversation/discussion.
These classroom activities address the various ways diversity, culture and identity can enrich courses.
These classroom activities are designed to encourage students working in teams or groups.
These strategies are used to develop stronger relationships between instructors and students.
These strategies are used to help student learn course concepts and material.
These classroom activities are designed to have students experience course material in a real-life context.
These classroom activities are designed for courses requiring student research.
These classroom activities are designed to simulate course concepts.
These classroom activities require students teach course concepts to one another.
These strategies are used to introduce students to useful study habits.
These classroom activities are designed for instructors interested in using technology in the classroom.
These classroom activities and strategies are designed for written course assignments.