Just-in-Time Teaching
PKAL/MNSCU, June 13-14, 2008


IMPORTANT! Please visit the the session WarmUp page.

In the spirit of Just-in-Time Teaching, the prep page requests some input from you. We plan to discuss your responses during the sessions. If you wish to remain anonymous, please use an alias in your response.

Saturday Plenary Slides

Workshop Slides

Participant generated WarmUp Questions

JiTT References
The JiTT website

Multidisciplinary JiTT at IUPUI

A Project Kaleidoscope (PKAL) Interview about JiTT

A Few Papers about JiTT:

Just-in-Time Teaching: Active Learner Pedagogy with WWW (1998)

"What is Physics Good For?" Motivating Students with Online Materials (1999)

The Best of Both Worlds: WWW Enhanced In-Class Instruction (2000)

Use of Warm Up Exercises in Just-in-Time Teaching to Determine Students Prior Knowledge and Misconceptions in Biology, Chemistry, and Physics (2003)

Just-in-Time Teaching (JiTT): Using the Web to Enhance Classroom Learning (2003)

Searching for the Difference: A Controlled Test of Just-in-Time Teaching for Large-Enrollment Introductory Geology Courses (2006)

Other references:

Bloom's Taxonomy of Educational Objectives

Learning Styles (Felder)

Assessment of STEM Learning


Dr. Andrew Gavrin
Associate Professor of Physics
Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI)