Presented at: 12th Annual Developmental Education Regional Forum

Creating Metacognitive Scholars Through Engaged and Contextualized Learning

Session Description

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.

Session Goals

In this session we will:

  1. Share student engagement strategies with colleagues
  2. Take an opportunity to reflect on and discuss effective teaching techniques
  3. Provide experiential learning activity as a demonstration of engaged learning

Full Description

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.

Presented by: 
Jauregui, Courtenay
Zweig, Elaine
Blackman, Ann

Single Session

1:00 pm - 1:50 pm


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