Creating the Active Classroom 201

Last month our “Creating the Active Classroom 101” blog addressed some easy methods faculty could implement into your class with minimal disruption to your current teaching style. This month LIT would like to share more active classroom methods that build on last month’s 101. To facilitate student involvement, reflection, interaction, and enjoyment in the learning […]

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Creating the Active Classroom 101

Promoting an active classroom doesn’t require a lot of major changes to your current teaching style. What it does require is incorporating simple engagement techniques that get your students up, moving, and interacting with your classroom content. “Students generally have difficulty connecting abstract knowledge with real-life applications” (Glaser & Struss, 1967). Providing your students with […]

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June 2019 Course Development Institute

Congratulations June Course Development at Wentworth cohort: Hajar Jafferji Joe Martel-Foley Michael Mozill David Simpson Charlie Pham Marisha Rawlins       Building a new course? Redesigning an older course? Want to align program and course goals to assessments and teaching strategies? Then Course Development Institute is for you! Use proven methods to increase engagement […]

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Upcoming Training Webinars in October!

Looking for training that fits your schedule? Check out the LIT event calendar! October is especially busy. Please find the upcoming offerings below with information and registration links. VoiceThread and Storytelling – Tuesday, October 2, 7:00pm Most cognitive scientists agree that storytelling is a great way to help your message stick in the minds of an audience. Our minds […]

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