Oops...The Scholarly Process of Constructing a Better Learning Environment

Date: 4/11/2014 | Time: 11:30 AM to 3:30 PM | Location: Moulton Hall Ballroom



Most faculty use trial and error over a series of semesters to identify strategies that enhance student learning.This interactive session will feature faculty colleagues from the Teaching Scholars Program outlining how the development of a scholarly teaching project helped them to become more methodological, proactive, deliberative, and reflective in improving their classroom environments. The event will also include open round table discussions with participants on the scholars’ current research which includes: examining ways to deepen online discussions and collaborations, improving student and instructor engagement both face-to-face and online, identifying ways to improve foreign language proficiency, and investigating strategies for purposeful mentoring in field experiences. To find out more about the Teaching Scholars Program or this special event, please visit the Faculty Professional Development Center’s Teaching Scholars' webpage. A light lunch will be provided to registered participants.

For questions regarding this event, contact the Faculty Professional Development Center at 330-672-2992.


Kent State University is committed to making its programs and activities accessible to those individuals with disabilities. If you need
a reasonable accommodation, please contact Amy Quillin, Student Accessibility Services, at 330-672-3391 or aquillin@kent.edu.



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