CTL Lunch and Learn: Engaging Students
Learning involves more than just listening!
Changing a student’s role from a passive listener to being actively involved in the learning process is said to improve one’s skills in collaboration, critical and creative thinking as well as problem solving. An active role in learning has also been vital to supporting retention of new knowledge. The constructivist learning theory states that learning happens when students are able to test their constructs through discussions with their peers, ask questions and test various possibilities.
Have you considered ways that you can increase student engagement in your courses but are not sure where to start?
Register to attend the next Jackson Center for Teaching and Learning Lunch and Learn on Thursday, Feb. 2, 2023 as we explore educational strategies best suited for your course content, level of complexity, class size, and even classroom layout! Whether you are just starting to explore ways to engage students or have had success and would like to try other approaches we hope you will join us.
Location: MUB Ballroom B