Student Engagement in Large-Enrollment (or Any Sized!) Courses
Special Topics Worskhop:
Student Engagement in Large-Enrollment (or Any-Sized!) Courses
After a review of current research, and basic pedagogical terms, including Bloom's taxonomy, we will focus on the presentation of several activities and models that can easily be implemented in large-enrollment classrooms to increase student engagement with course material, without the need to drastically change your current course curriculum/design. Note: the techinques presented in this workhsop have been especially curated for instructors of large-enrollment classes (e.g. 50+ to 300+ students), though they can be easily used in smaller classes, too.
Thursday, April 27, 2017 in KL 360, 12:00pm-2:00pm
Note: this workshops will be presented by CETL Associate Director Anali Makoui, PhD.
Coffee, tea, and a variety of unhealthy snacks will be provided.
Note: We regret that at this time we cannot accommodate special dietary needs.
Please register here. Space is limited.
For additional information or questions, please email Anali Makoui (email@example.com).
- Teaching Assistants
- TA Orientation
- Teaching Matters
- Special Topics
- CETL Instructional Internship
- CETL Graduate Student Fellowship
- Collaborative Projects
- Past Grant Opportunities
- Individual Consultations Form
- Picture Gallery
- Academic Technology
- English Language Institute