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This tutorial will give you a thorough tour of the LaunchPad gradebook. Here's what we'll cover: The main gradebook page Display options Students' records Viewing assignments in the gradebook: Basic information Viewing assignments in the gradebook: Class performance reports Viewing a student's work on a specific assignment To locate…
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LaunchPad contains resources for you and your students. In this tutorial, we'll take a detailed look at both types separately. Let's begin with student resources. Click the following link to go to the landing page of LaunchPad for Introduction to Genetic Analysis. What resources are available for my students?From your LaunchPad home page,…
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Create Course When you log in to LaunchPad, you will be taken to your dashboard. Click Create Course at the top of the page.   Confirm product You will be asked to confirm that the product you are using to create the course is the same one that your students will be purchasing. Some products have multiple versions, and if titles are not…
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Find best-in-class content and offer it to your students through four different course creation templates. Once you have logged in, you can begin to create course templates. You can organize your content to align with a pre-existing course structure by utilizing: Learning objectives, outcomes, or competencies Traditional textbook organization…
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Click the image below to watch a video that details the process of creating a new course that includes learning objectives and course structure. Alternatively, you can download the PDF of the slides below.
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John Osterhout
In my flipped general chemistry class we start off with a group quiz and continue with a worksheet, also performed in a group. The nature of the quizzes and the worksheets are important, sure, but so are the nature of the groups. This post is about handling the groups.   When I first started flipping, I was teaching a class of 80 students, which… (Show more)
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Allyson Hoffman
When I introduced the first peer review assignment of the semester to my professional writing students, there were clear groans and noises of frustration and reluctance. I pressed them for explanation. “What’s so bad about peer review?”   “It’s not helpful.”   “It feels like a waste of time.”   “I don’t know what to say when I peer review.”   In… (Show more)
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Suzanne McCormack
Recently I attended a conference session where a moderator asked audience members to share suggestions for documentary films that have worked particularly well in humanities classes. The lively conversation that followed got me thinking about what I use and why. A cursory look through my syllabi reveals that I really like showing films. Truth be… (Show more)
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