Faculty OnLine Field Testing Form
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1. Name of Module (Please use a separate form for each module you have tested)
2. In which course(s) did you use this module? When? (e.g. Intro Biology Fall 2001)
3. How many students used this module in your course(s)?
4. Briefly describe how you used the module in your classes:
   a.) What course topic did you use this module for?
   
   b.) The module was used (choose all that apply):

    in lecture     in lab     as an assignment

    before the topic was introduced

    as an example after the topic was introduced

    as a small group activity     as an individual project

    Other:
   

   c.) How many days did you use this module? Describe what you did each day.
       Estimate the amount of time spent on the module in class vs. outside of class.

   Day 1:    

   Day 2:    

   Day 3:    

   More:    

5. How have your thoughts about teaching this material changed as a result of using this module? (i.e., compare the amount of time spent on this topic before and after adding cases.) Please elaborate.
6. What did your students like or dislike about this module?
Read each statement and choose the phrase that best characterizes your own response.
7. Students who used this LifeLines OnLine module worked collaboratively.
8. The students showed personal interest in this case.
9. The students were allowed enough time to search for resources to complete the assignment satisfactorily.
10. The student were able to locate different resources.
11. The case was easy to fit in the course.
12. Students had a better understanding of the processes of science after using this module.
Elaborate
13. Students had a better understanding of the biology as a result of using the module.
Provide an example
14. The case was useful for the students.
15. The module was easy to use.
16. The students were able to provide well-supported conclusions.
17. The students were able to use convincing argumentation with their peers.
18. The students were able to understand the case and pose a question to be pursued.
19. My overall experience with case based learning was satisfactory.

20. Are you likely to use cases as a tool for teaching in the future? Please explain.

21. Please share any suggestions you have for future modules:

      
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