The March for Best Practice revolutionary wall of videos is a collection of narratives in which Chadron State College faculty members describe ways they are supporting student learning and teaching on our campus.
We welcome your participation in our march through contributing to it and/or learning from these resources. For more information regarding how you can participate, please see the invitation to Join Our Cause and March for Best Practice.
Start a conversation about the ideas presented in these videos by posting a comment at the bottom of the page.
Kimberly Cox: Best Practice: Course Tool Organization Facilitates Ease of Use
Jamie Wada: Best Practice: Supporting Active Learning via Crime Scene Scenario Investigation
Deane Tucker: Best Practice: Documinutes to Support Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
Bruce Hoem: Best Practice: Supporting Active Learning with Images of Life Project
Kimberly Cox: Best Practice: Syllabus Intro/Quiz Supports Students in Getting Started
Kimberly Cox: Best Practice: Home Page Provides Clear Instructions for How To Begin
Kurt Kinbacher: Best Practice: Peer Review to Support Student Learning & Writing
Brittany Helmbrecht: Best Practice: Clear Objectives & Course Activities Relationship
Don King: Best Practice: Instructor Presence & Developing Community via Video
Kimberly Cox: Best Practice: Providing Visual Activities to Enhance Student Learning
Rich Kenney: Best Practice: Activities to Develop Critical Thinking & Problem-Solving Skills
Jesse Sealey: Best Practice: Clear Relationship between Objectives & Course Activities
Mike Leite: Best Practice: Clarity & Consistency of Course Components & Structure
Wendy Waugh: Best Practice: Course Tools that Promote Learner Engagement & Active Learning
Nathaniel Gallegos: Best Practice: Providing Formats that Meet the Needs of Diverse Learners
Josh Ellis: Best Practice: Providing Clear and Meaningful Student Learning Outcomes
Kim Madsen: Best Practice: Interactively Engaging Students
Zach Varpness: Best Practice: Offering Ample Student-to-Content Opportunities
Joyce Hardy: Best Practice: Forums to Enhance Student-Student & -Content Interactions