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Inspired by James Lang’s Small Teaching, we invite you to join us in exploring how to create meaningful learning through the small, everyday decisions you make in engaging in classroom practice and communicating with your students. In this interactive workshop, you will experience various active learning techniques and have opportunities to incorporate them into your own teaching context in a supportive environment.
By the end of this workshop, you will be able to:
1. Reflect on and discuss your current teaching practice in supporting student learning
2. Consider impact of active learning techniques on student learning and experiences
3. Discuss key considerations for successfully implementing active learning techniques
4. Incorporate learning activities in alignment with learning outcomes
5. Provide and receive peer feedback on your active learning implementation plan
6. Embrace the risks and rewards involved in modeling learning behaviour.
Judy Chan, Faculty Associate/Faculty Liaison (Land and Food Systems), Teaching and Learning Professional Development, Centre for Teaching, Learning, and Technology
Deb Chen, Educational Developer, Teaching and Learning Professonal Development, Centre for Teaching, Learning, and Technology