Active Learning on a Shoestring Budget
Active learning is becoming increasingly important as higher education continues its trend toward learner-centered teaching paradigms. While advanced technology can most certainly help instructors in achieving active learning, it is by no means necessary. This workshop is for graduate teaching associates who are interested in finding ways to implement active learning exercises in any learning environment on campus. Emphasis will be placed on creating individualized, practical ideas that participants can immediately use in their classes.
Categories: Expectations, Support, Engagement, and Feedback & Assessment.
The information presented in this session is now covered in our Pragmatic Practices for Teaching Associates workshop. For more information and to register for one of the sessions, please visit our Pragmatic Practices for Teaching Associates Workshop page.