(Re)Engaging Students in Learning in and out of the Classroom | November 11, 2022 | 12:00 - 1:30 pm

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Do you wish that more students attended class on a regular basis? Are you finding your students’ interest and engagement in your course waning throughout the semester? Would you like them to think about your course content throughout the semester, even during their free time? Designing a lively, inclusive, and supportive learning environment that is sustainable over time is no easy task—yet it’s critical for student engagement and ultimately student success. Join your colleagues in this workshop and explore a variety of strategies and interventions that will increase student involvement with your course content and with each other throughout the semester. Together, we will explore a five-factor model of student engagement to develop meaningful and scalable strategies to engage your students and keep them engaged for the duration of the course

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Workshop Facilitators
Dr. Amanda Nolen, Faculty Teaching and Learning Specialist| Center for Teaching and Learning

If you have any questions, please contact Amanda.


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  • Created By:Carol Subino Sullivan
  • Created:10/18/2022
  • Modified By:Carol Subino Sullivan
  • Modified:10/18/2022