The iAMSTEM Hub team is currently developing several applications to improve evidence-based teaching methodologies. In October of 2014 the iAMSTEM Hub at UC Davis was awarded a Helmsley Charitable Trust Grant to develop Tools for Evidence-based Action (T.E.A.), a learning community dedicated to developing and disseminating tools to collect and visualize student learning data and encouraging instructional change toward improved student outcomes. Learn more about T.E.A.
GORP is a generic application for recording observations and reflections related to learning activities in the lecture hall, classroom, discussion section, field and/or laboratory.
The Ribbon FLOW tool helps to visualize amounts and paths from a starting point to an ending point. This tool can be used to visualize the discipline/major in of a starting cohort of students and the resulting discipline/major out after a specified amount of time.
SeeIt is a data visualization and manipulation tool that was developed by the SBCE project team. The basic program is divided into three major forms – distributions, correlations, and resampling.