Kaitlyn Rosploch

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Researchers, university administrators, and faculty members are increasingly interested in measuring and describing instructional practices provided in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) courses at the college level. Specifically, there is keen interest in comparing instructional practices between courses, monitoring changes over time,(More)
Current instructional reforms in undergraduate science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) courses have focused on enhancing adoption of evidence-based instructional practices among STEM faculty members. These practices have been empirically demonstrated to enhance student learning and attitudes. However, research indicates that instructors(More)
for DBER Group Discussion on 2015-10-22 Presenter(s), Department(s): Trisha L. Vickrey, Kaitlyn Rosploch, and Marilyne Stains Department of Chemistry, University of Nebraska, Lincoln Title: Measurement of Faculty’s Fidelity of Implementation of Peer Instruction following an Intensive Professional Development Workshop Abstract: Peer Instruction is an(More)
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