Full course description
Date & Time: Aug. 12th, 2020 8:30 - 4:00 in 207A Newman Library AND August 13th, 2020 8:30 - 12:00 in 120 New Classroom Building
Term: Summer 2020
Location: August 12th, 207A Newman Library & August 13th, 120 New Classroom Building
Presented By: Professional Development Network (PDN) Previously Network Learning Initiatives (NLI)
Instructor: Danielle Lusk, Center for Teaching and Learning; Kayla McNabb & Alice Rogers, University Libraries; and Daron Williams, TLOS
Active Learning is not a new idea. Simply put, it is engaging students in learning that is not simply “sit and listen.” We know that learners learn best when they get to practice, do, create, and explore hands-on.
- By attending this workshop, participants will be able to
- Describe active learning theories and practices that would be appropriate for their instructional situations.
- Draft a plan for instruction using active learning principles.
- Identify technologies and tools that would be appropriate to support active learning strategies in their instructional contexts.
- Identify spaces that would support and enable active learning strategies in their instructional contexts.