Date: Friday, April 5, 2019
Time: 2-3:30 p.m.
Locations: McKenna Lower Level Dining Room
Presenters: José Antonio Bowen, Ph.D., President, Goucher College, author of Teaching Naked and Teaching Naked Techniques
|Description:||This workshop distills the latest research on how students learn into tested techniques and best practices that work. Decades of research have brought an explosion of knowledge about how human evolution has shaped the way we process, think, and remember. Technology also provides new ways for students to receive their first contact with material and enhanced opportunities to connect and create community, better ways to ensure that students are prepared for class, and new options for the sequence of learning encounters and activities. Teaching is largely a design problem, and we need to design our classes for the brain in the body. This workshop will suggest lots of easy techniques to improve student learning while providing a process to guide the creation of better modules and courses. It follows the design process in the Teaching Naked Techniques book.|
|In the Library:||Teaching Naked LB 1028.3 .B589 2012|
|Certificates:||Can apply toward these graduate student/postdoc certificates:
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