What Comes First? How We Can (Re)order What We Teach to Align with How People Learn (7/7)

July 7, 2021, 10:00am to 11:30am
Intended audience: 
Faculty, Graduate Student Instructors, Instructors

As instructors, we’re often encouraged to incorporate different teaching strategies to increase student engagement and improve learning; for example, playing a video clip, discussing in small groups, or using poll questions. How do we decide what to include and when? Does the order matter? In this interactive workshop, we will consider how people learn and use the 5E learning cycle model as a tool to understand and align teaching choices. Participants will have the opportunity to collaboratively and individually examine current class segments and identify potential changes.

Registration

Registration is unavailable. Registration closed on July 6, 2021 - 5:00pm.

Host

Research, Teaching, and Learning (RTL)

Series description

Digital Learning Services (DLS) and the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) are offering summer workshops for instructors and GSIs preparing to teach remote courses and sections in the Fall semester. These virtual workshops will focus on considering how to (re)design your course or section to increase student learning, create engaging audio and video materials, and use campus tools to record those materials. 

Please note: All workshops are scheduled from 10-11:30am. The workshop segment will be from 10-11:15am followed by 15 minutes for Q&A. Even if you are not able to attend the entire workshop, please feel free to attend and leave at your convenience. A recording will be made available to all participants.