Applying Research-based Instructional Approaches in Courses You Teach
Extensive research over the past thirty years has generated an extensive list of instructional approaches, many with extensive lists of studies supporting their efficacy with respect to student learning. These include peer instruction, problem-based learning, process-oriented guided-inquiry learning (POGIL), minute papers, and team-based learning. This session is designed to help participants design instructional approaches for their courses that incorporate one or more of these approaches. Activities will help participants work through processes for applying these approaches for their course and address questions and concerns that faculty members have about these using these approaches. In addition, participants will become familiar with some of the extensive literature based supporting the efficacy of these approaches with respect to student learning.
Prof. Jeffrey E. Froyd
Director of Faculty and Organizational Development at Texas A&M University, Texas A&M University
University of Minnesota-Twin Cities Bryan/College Station, Texas Area
Monday, 15 January 2018, From 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Institute of Leadership in Higher Education (ILHE), M25 - Ground Floor Room 013, Medical campus.
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