| Date: Tuesday, February 11, 2014
|| Time: 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
| Location: Wilson Library, Room 318 (CFE Conference Room)
| Seats available: 0
|| Register/Cancel by: 2/11/2014 11:59 PM
|In order for discussions to be an efficient use of class time, they must be conducted with clear goals and a solid plan for achieving those goals. Effective discussions can increase students' retention skills, help students connect class concepts with previous experiences or with global issues, and enable students to achieve higher-order learning objectives. Participants in this workshop will explore the design of effective discussions, including increasing student participation, posing questions of increasing complexity, and using reflection to promote deeper exploration into the topics being discussed.
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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