Fourth Annual March for Best Practices! March 2017

nullAre you ready to march with us in 2017?

The March for Best Practices is a month-long opportunity for Faculty to create 1 or 2 short videos explaining a best practice they use in their teaching, and how that connects to a QM rubric standard. Just send the link to your video to tels@yc.edu, or contact us for assistance.

The movement is spreading:
Northwestern Michigan College
Glendale CC
Chadron State College

You can see Todd’s conference presentation about this from QM2016 here.

This is a peaceful march, so please, no screaming obscenities, throwing objects, flipping cars, or demeaning those who do not support our noble cause.

RUTH ALSOBROOK Best Practice: Course Learning Objectives are Clearly Stated


CHRIS HEYER Best Practice: Multimedia and Student Engagement


MIKE RUDDELL Best Practice: Keeping Textbook Costs Down for Students


KARLY WAY Best Practice: Using Multimedia to Engage Students


TARA ONEILL Best Practice: Course Materials are Appropriately Cited


KELLY TRAINOR Best Practice: Course Design and Learner Engagement


STEVE DOYLE Best Practice: Using multimedia tools and student engagement


DAVE GRASER Best Practice: Dave shares how he uses a blog in his math class


TINA LUFFMAN Best Practice: The assessments measure the stated learning objectives


JASON WHITESITT Best Practice: Field trips are possible and often amazing!


TARA ONEILL Best Practice: Give Student a Great Course Overview


RUTH ALSOBROOK Best Practice: Providing a Great Course Overview


TINA LUFFMAN Best Practice: Clear Directions about Course Design


EVENT ORGANIZER Welcome to the 2015 March for Best Practice!


VERDE ADJUNCT FACULTY Best Practice: Sharing with your colleagues


THATCHER BOHRMAN Best Practice: Using synchronous learning tools


JERI HAMILTON Best Practice: Multiple opportunities to assess learning


LINDSAY HENNING Best Practice: Student introductions in class


TARA ONEILL Best Practice: Project based and active learning


2013 BLACKBOARD EXEMPLARY COURSE WINNER Psychology 101


LINDSAY HENNING Best Practice: Instructions make clear how to get started


IMPLEMENTING QUALITY MATTERS How a Texas college implemented QM


MIKE RUDDELL Best Practice: Orientation options for students


MARIE HARDMAN Best Practice: Information about online resources


TRACY RUSSO Best Practice: Developing an online presence


TINA LUFFMAN Best Practice: Assessments measure stated objectives


CHRIS HEYER Best Practice: Student support and feedback


JASON WHITESITT Best Practice: QM 8.3 Course Design


SUZANNE WALDENBERGER Best Practice: Students pose and answer questions


JASON WHITESITT Best Practice: QM 6.2 Media supports learner engagement


LARRY GRIMM Best Practice: Be authentic ,be you, and your online presence.


RUTH ALSOBROOK Best Practice: Clearly stating course goals and objectives


KARLY WAY Best Practice: Collaboration activites reinforce course content


CURTIS KLEINMAN Best Practice: Learning opportunities support active learning


MARCH ORGANIZER Best Practice: Opportunities for self assessment


KARLY WAY Best Practice: Video introduction for online classes


JERI HAMILTON Best Practice: Consistent course navigation


LAURA CLINE Best Practice: Learner Support in Syllabus


JUSTIN BRERETON Best Practice: Using other experts


SUZANNE WALDENBERGER Best Practice: Using media for documentation


THATCHER BOHRMAN Best Practice: Providing Substantial Feedback to Students



MARK DeLONG & TRACY RUSSO How Professional Development looks at NMC!


TARA ONEILL Best Practice: Objectives clearly written


CHARLES LOHMAN Best Practice: Guidance on how to obtain accommodation


TINA LUFFMAN Best Practice: Materials used in the course are appropriately cited


SAL BUFFO Best Practice: Designing engaging activities


LARRY GRIMM Best Practice: Creating classroom lectures using Tegrity


CURTIS KLEINMAN Best Practice: Course technology supports engagement


RANDOM STREET MUSICIAN Best Practice: Sharing what we do well!


TODD CONAWAY Best Practice: State the course objectives


JENNY JACOBSON Best Practice: Active learning leads to desired outcomes


UNKNOWN PROTESTER Best Practice: Guiding your students through the class


TODD CONAWAY Best Practice: Required and optional material


RUTH ALSOBROOK Best Practice: Sharing an introduction of yourself


TODD CONAWAY Best Practice: Course is visually and functionally consistent


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