Special Topics Worskhop: Student Engagement in Large-Enrollment (or Any-Sized!) Lectures
After a review of current research, and basic pedagogical terms, including Bloom's taxonomy, we will focus on the presentation of several activities and models that can easily be implemented in large-enrollment classrooms to increase student engagement with course material, without the need to drastically change your current course curriculum/design. The techinques presented in this workhsop have been especially curated for instructors of large-enrollment traditional classes, e.g. 50+ to 300+ students in rooms with fixed seating, though they can be easily used in smaller classes, too. The workshop will be presented by CETL Associate Director Anali Makoui, PhD.
Open to: All faculty (e.g. Associate Professor, Lecturer,etc.), graduate students, TAs, postdoctoral fellows, and other UCM instructional staff. We regret that our workshops are not open to undergraduate students at this time.
Friday, Sept. 28, 2018 in COB2 - 290, 12:00pm-2:15pm
Coffee, tea, and a variety of unhealthy snacks will be provided.
Please register here.
For additional information or questions, please email Anali (firstname.lastname@example.org).