What Do I Want My Students To Do -- and How Do I Know They Did It?
|Date and time:||
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
|Location:||Union 237 A & B|
Part of a series of interactive workshops with a focus on critical thinking, and each will be facilitated by our guest presenter:
Tine Reimers, Ph.D. has taught in a variety of settings, from large American Research I Universities, to small colleges, to universities in France and Japan. Her more than 20 years of classroom experience teaching students from diverse backgrounds, and faculty development experience at UNC-Chapel Hill, Indiana University-Bloomington, the University of Texas at El Paso, Cornell University and currently the University at Albany (SUNY) have provided the opportunity to deepen her understanding and communication of the strategies best suited for effective learning in higher education. She works with faculty and graduate students from all disciplines to enhance course design that emphasizes discovery learning and student inquiry. Her workshops are designed for active engagement of the participants, modeling and putting into practice the ideas she is teaching, whether they be critical thinking, using teamwork in the classroom, lecturing effectively, or planning for active learning.
|Online registration:||The deadline for online registration has passed. Please use the contact information below for more information.|
|Sponsor:||Center for Teaching & Learning|
Melissa Wilson, Coordinator