Group Work: Developing Skills for Learning and for Life
| Date: Thursday, March 28, 2013
|| Time: 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
| Location: Wilson Library, Room 318 (CFE Conference Room)
| Seats available: 10
|| Register/Cancel by: 3/28/2013 12:45 PM (ET)
|Group work is widely used in college classrooms, and is also a skill expected of our graduates when they apply for jobs. As with the development and delivery of your course content, group assignments need careful planning if they are to enhance the learning experience and develop collaboration skills for your students. In this workshop, participants will learn to structure effective short- and long-term group work assignments, identify ways to minimize problems often encountered with group work, and develop methods to assess student learning within the group.
Facilitated by Donna Bailey, CFE Teaching and Learning Consultant
Note: This workshop will be held in the CFE Conference Room (Room 318), which is on the ground floor of Wilson Library. Click on the icon below for a map.
- There are no prerequisites.
- An Onyen is required for registration. If you do not have one, please contact the Center for Faculty Excellence at 919.966.1289 to be added to the registration list.
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