Wednesday, May 9
East Campus Library 5211
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This workshop will focus on the key areas of instructional practice where instructors can foster a learner-centered approach to teaching. If a professor lets go in the interest of teaching in a way that promotes more and better learning, how does that professor handle the nuts and bolts of instructional practice? What does he or she do about attendance, assignments, tests, papers, lecturing, group work, classroom management, content and grades? How do learner-centered teachers balance the learning needs of today's college students with the content and skills demands of degree and professional programs? These questions will be the focus of an interactive workshop on teaching that promotes learning.
Carol Hurney, Biology and Center for Faculy Innovation