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Just-in-time teaching

Just-in-time teaching

across the disciplines, across the academy

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Published by Stylus Pub. in Sterling, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • College teaching

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Scott P. Simkins and Mark H. Maier ; foreword by James Rhem.
    SeriesNew pedagogies and practices for teaching in higher education
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLB2331 .J78 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxix, 190 p. :
    Number of Pages190
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24115825M
    ISBN 109781579222925, 9781579222932
    LC Control Number2009026411

      In very broad strokes, learning can be split into two categories: Just-In-Time and Just-In-Case. School is the perfect example of Just-In-Case learning. You are asked to do algebra, read Chaucer Author: Louie Dinh.   Just in Time Teaching. What is the most important thing? 9/19/ 2 Comments A year ago I read a book called, The One Thing. The book is about figuring out the one thing in life and how you should focus all of your energies and efforts toward that one thing. It has helped me over the last year to stop taking part in many activities and efforts.

    The first edition of Just in Time provided a philosophy which could revolutionize industry. The concept - making nothing until it is needed and then producing it to the highest level of quality - sounds simple enough, but can cut a company's costs by up to 60 per cent of sales revenue. At the time of this book's original publication, there were many misconceptions as to both the 5/5(1). JiTTDL, Just-in-Time Teaching Digital Library. Note: Passwords are set by your instructor. Check with them if you can't log in.

    Just-in-time teaching and peer instruction are two student-centred approaches that have been widely employed in various science subjects but seldom in language classrooms. This research proposed a flipped learning model through technology-enhanced just-in-time teaching and peer instruction and investigated the effectiveness of this model in Cited by: 2. %0 Book Section %A Watkins, Jessica %A Mazur, Eric %D November 1, %T Just-in-Time Teaching and Peer Instruction %B Just in Time Teaching: Across the Disciplines, Across the Academy %P %8 November 1, %@


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Just-in-Time Teaching (JiTT) is a pedagogical approach that requires students to answer questions related to an upcoming class a few hours beforehand, using an online course management system. While the phrase “just in time” may evoke shades of slap-dash work and cut corners, JiTT pedagogy is just the opposite.

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Students answer questions online before class, promoting preparation for class and encouraging them to come to class with a. Description. Description.

Just-in-Time Teaching: Blending Active Learning with Web Technology is a resource book that fully discusses an exciting new teaching and learning methodology designed to engage students by using feedback from pre-class web assignments to adjust classroom lessons so that students receive rapid response to the specific questions and Cited by: Just-in-time teaching actively engages students in learning new material and gives the instructor information on students’ existing knowledge before teaching on the topic begins.

First, students respond to a Web-based set of questions, Just-in-time teaching book open-ended thought questions or exercises, about new material before it is covered in class. Discussing what Just in Time Teaching is (JiTT), this book is intended for educators.

JiTT is a teaching and learning methodology designed to engage students by using feedback from pre-class web assignments to adjust classroom lessons so that students receive rapid response to the specific questions and problems they are having/5(7). A quick and dirty description of "Just In Time Teaching" (JiTT) compares it to putting the "Study Questions" once found at the end of textbook chapters up on the Web.

But there's a lot more to it. For one thing, the affect generated by JiTT differs markedly from that associated with a student pondering study questions alone in the dorm.

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and rapid distribution systems to improve efficiency and. Just-in-Time Teaching (JiTT) promotes active student engagement and increased learning by intentionally linking out-of-class and in-class activities. To begin, students answer a small set of web-based questions on upcoming course material outside of class and submit their responses online a few hours before class begins.

Just-in-Time Teaching focuses on improving student learning through the use of brief web-based questions (JiTT exercises) delivered before a class meeting.

Students' responses to JiTT exercises are reviewed by the instructor a few hours before class and are used to develop classroom activities addressing learning gaps revealed in the JiTT.

Just-in-Time Teaching (JiTT for short) is a teaching and learning strategy based on the interaction between web-based study assignments and an active learner classroom. Students respond electronically to carefully constructed web-based assignments which are due shortly before class, and the instructor reads the student submissions "just-in-time.

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Because just-in-time learning facilitates delivering knowledge in bite-sized chunks, companies can keep their mobile employees informed.

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(More information about this method, particularly targeted to physics instruction, can be found in the recent book, Just-In-Time Teaching: Blending Active Learning with Web Technology [Novak et. al ].) The essence of JiTT is the feedback loop between the Web and the classroom.

Faculty use the Internet to post course materials and Web-based Cited by:   Online and mobile eLearning are ideal platforms for delivery of just-in-time training, which is sometimes called just-in-time learning.

Just-in-time training refers to information delivered to learners at the moment they need it and to the location they need. Just-in-time training can replace or enhance more traditional training usually delivered in one or more. Marrs is practicing Just-in-Time Teaching (JiTT), an interactive engagement pedagogy used in many courses since The instructor posts JiTT assignments on a website a day or so before the class meets.

Students respond online, giving the instructor enough time to adjust the in-class activity informed by what the responses : Gregor Novak.

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