Creating Engaged Learning Environments for Today's Students
A Live Teleconference for Faculty and Administrators

Are your students disengaged academically? Is there a disconnect between teaching and learning? As educators, these questions are at the heart of our personal mission - promoting student success in the classroom. As our student population changes, research has shown that innovative instructional strategies are crucial in helping students succeed. This teleconference focuses on proven pedagogies that work in the classroom. Recognizing that change may be difficult, our panel of experts discusses strategies for securing broad-based institutional support. As they offer examples of good practice, they also explore the role assessment plays when student learning is the intended outcome.

  • Led by: Jim Burns (University of South Carolina), James Groccia (Auburn University), Suzanne Hamid (Lee University), and Constance Staley (University of Colorado at Colorado Springs)
  • Date: Thursday, March 25, 2004
  • Time: Noon - 2:00 PM
  • Location: Library 417B
  • Sponsor: Center for the Advancement of Teaching
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Tags: remote, pedagogy, assessment
Format: uncategorized
Event ID: 00217

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