Teaching Circles for Innovative Pedagogy
Fall Teaching Circles
The Teaching Circles are designed to help faculty examine an existing course with an eye toward making it more engaging and active for student learning (and their own enjoyment of teaching!).
Critical thinking is one that begins in the classroom but has the potential to be as far reaching as one allows it to be. When faculty are able to create innovative assignments to address multiple components for critical thinking, it allows for the development of higher ordered thinking for students who will become active and positive members of the world and community in which they live. With a focus on understanding multiple intelligences, Bloom’s Taxonomy and the role they play in addressing multiple types of learning in multiple disciplines, innovative assignments become a gateway into effective instruction multiple areas, from education to accounting and many others. This session will be facilitated by Dr. Jennifer Pankowski and Dr. Elizabeth Smith.
Date: Wednesday, October 30th
Time: 12:10 pm - 1:10 pm
Location: Webinar (Click Here to Access the Recording)