From: Anthony Valentine
Sent: Friday, October 05, 2012 11:48 AM
To: Janice Thiel
Subject: Form Submission (Critical Thinking Activities & Reusable Learning Objects (RLOs))
Thank you for submitting your Critical Thinking Activity/RLO idea. Please forward this message and attach any supplemental files (e.g., Handouts, PowerPoints, etc.) to Thiel.Janice@SPCollege.edu
Title of Critical Thinking Activity/RLO:
Your Answer:Effective use of PowerPoint
Briefly describe or summarize the Activity/RLO:
Your Answer:Show You Tube videos comparing two different PowerPoint presentations and have students compare and contrast
Subject Area(s) - Select all that apply:
What is(are) the Major Learning Outcome(s) addressed by this Activity/RLO (from course outline)?
Your Answer:Develop an effective PowerPoint presentation
What is(are) the Course Objective(s) addressed by this Activity/RLO (stated in performance terms)?
Your Answer:By the end of the lesson students will be able to list three reasons for using a more effective PowerPoint
Type of Activity/RLO - Select all that apply:
Your Answer:Small Group
Time - How much time does it take to conduct this Activity/RLO?
Your Answer:Portion of One Class
List the materials that are necessary to conduct this Activity/RLO:
Instructions - Give detailed step-by-step instructions on how to conduct this Activity/RLO:
a YouTube link
Provide questions for critical thinking
Allow for discussion
List Additional Resources, for example: Web address/URL, Handouts, PowerPoint, etc. Copy/Paste URLs here. Later, when you receive your confirmation message, forward any supplemental files to the QEP Director.
SPC established as its definition of critical thinking: The active and systemic process of communication, problem solving, evaluation, analysis, synthesis, and reflection, both individually and in community, to foster understanding, support sound decision-making, and guide action.
Which aspect(s) of critical thinking does this Activity/RLO address? - Select all that apply:
How will this improve our students’ ability to think critically?
Your Answer:They go to the source (web) to compare, contrast, and evaluate.
Have you consulted the Activity/RLO Guidelines?
If you have any questions or comments about this form, please contact Janice Thiel at Thiel.Janice@SPCollege.edu or call (727) 341-3110