Research shows that "active learning" in the classroom increases student learning and plays a significant role in the retention of first-year college students. This interactive workshop highlights different strategies for promoting active learning.
In this workshop, Lisa Rapalyea (Department of Human Ecology) and Barbara Mills (CEE) will explore methods for using qualitative and quantitative results from multiple-choice exams to improve tests and enhance instruction.
Teaching a high-enrollment online class has complexities. In this online workshop, Debbie Fetter (Department of Nutrition) will share practical strategies to manage and communicate expectations while promoting student learning.
Have you ever wondered if your students were really "getting it," or been shocked with low exam grades when you thought all was well? This workshop offers practical techniques to assess your students’ learning, throughout each class and quarter.
Language diversity enriches our classes in many ways. Taking a strengths-based approach, this workshop explores strategies for creating a linguistically-inclusive classroom that supports academic growth and engagement for all students.