Presented at: 12th Annual Developmental Education Regional Forum
Creating Metacognitive Scholars Through Engaged and Contextualized Learning
Three instructors, from Developmental Ed, Early Childhood Education and Educational Technology, collaborate to create and teach a college-credit course that accommodates a variety of students including developmental, academic probation and aspiring educators. Lessons learned will be shared on what has worked (and what hasn't!) in both face-to-face and online sections.
In this session we will:
- Share student engagement strategies with colleagues
- Take an opportunity to reflect on and discuss effective teaching techniques
- Provide experiential learning activity as a demonstration of engaged learning
We will use a powerpoint presentation as the basis of our presentation and discussion with session attendees. Some specific topics that will be shared include Team Based Learning, the Flipped Classroom, a Project Approach, and Synchronous Communication in online courses. A hands-on learning activity will be used to engage session participants.