Activities to Engage Students in Reflecting on the Process of Learning

Educational research has shown that students who reflect upon how they learn and are actively engaged in multiple ways to apply, analyze, evaluate, and create retain and can use information more effectively. Exam wrappers, memory builders, and strategy plans are activities that encourage students to reflect upon how they learn to build effective study skills.  In this workshop, we will explore several activities that you could introduce in class to increase self-directed learning.

At the end of this session, participants should be able to:
-Understand elements of developing self-directed learning
-Compare and contrast learning strategy activities
-Select strategies to apply in your course

Thursday, October 25 at 12:30pm to 1:30pm

Gutman Library Instructional Space – East Falls Campus

Event Type

Meeting, Presentation, Seminar, Of special interest to, FacStaff, Faculty, Staff, Nexus Learning

Departments

Center for Teaching Innovation and Nexus Learning

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