Creating an Environment of Active Learning in the Classroom 

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Date: Tuesday, April 16, 2019
Time: 9:30-10:45 a.m.
Location: 210-214 McKenna Hall
Instructor(s): Kristi Rudenga, Associate Director, and Paul Blaschko, Postdoctoral Associate at the Kaneb Center

Description: Research into the effectiveness of educational methodology has increasingly suggested that students need to be "active" participants learning, so there is a strong emphasis in recent pedagogical training on "active learning." But what does "active learning" actually mean? And how do you create and implement effective active learning experiences in your classroom? In this workshop, we'll define the term, look at some reasons for making your classroom more active, and present concrete suggestions about how to do this well.
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April 2019 Slides

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