Active learning. For faculty. By faculty.
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Join colleagues from across the STEM disciplines as they explore dynamic ways to transform coursework to reflect more student-centered and active-learning principles.
The STEM field is becoming increasingly interdisciplinary as higher education moves forward. Attend this workshop to engage, network, and plan for the future of your classroom.
Learn and share with instructors who have transformed their courses and are seeing results, including higher levels of engagement, deeper learning, and increased student responsibility.
Scheduled to present:
- Julie Jessop, Chemical and Biochemical Engineering
- Ned Bowden, Chemistry
- Darren Hoffman, Anatomy and Cell Biology
- Suely Oliveira, Computer Science
- Sarah Vigmostad, Biomedical Engineering
Active-Learning Workshop: STEM in TILE Schedule
1140 Main Library
Tuesday November 19th
9:00 am Game of Science
9:45 am Why Active-Learning? By Sarah Vigmostad
- How to facilitate engagement, deeper learning, and student responsibility in your classroom.
10:00 am Jigsaw: How to deliver content in an active-learning classroom By Darren Hoffman, Sarah Vigmostad, and Suely Oliveira
Noon Lunch: Catered by Instructional Services and the TILE Program
12:15 pm The Evolution of a Class By Ned Bowden
1:00 pm Learning Objectives Then and Now By Darren Hoffman
2:00 pm Work Smarter not Harder By Julie Jessop
2:45 pm Closing Remarks & Planning for Next Session
Thursday November 21st
9:00 am Lessons Learned & Mythbusters Panel
Featuring - Julie Jessop, Ned Bowden, Darren Hoffman, Suely Oliveira, & Sarah Vigmostad
10:45 am Transforming YOUR Course: How and What do I do now?!?
11:45 am Post-Survey & Reflection