Danforth University Center (DUC) Room 233, Danforth Campus
In this workshop for faculty, participants will review a smorgasbord of practical active-learning strategies for engaging students in collaborative learning. While many instructors are familiar with clicker questions and think-pair-share strategies, in this workshop we will explore additional classroom assessment techniques such as drawing for understanding, process analysis, “muddiest point,” and “what’s the principle?”
We will also discuss strategies for implementing these tools for specific courses.
Topics will include:
Choosing collaborative learning strategies that align with learning objectives
Implementing classroom strategies for engaging students with collaborative learning tools
Presenter: Shawn Nordell, PhD (Senior Associate Director, The Teaching Center)
Registration is required and limited to 15. Please send your request to register to firstname.lastname@example.org. Participants are welcome to bring a lunch; beverages and cookies will be provided.