Interactive Teaching Strategies: Engaging All Students
This webinar will present a variety of teaching methods and strategies designed to engage students in the learning process. From "the onion ball" to "mission possible," participants will be introduced to up to 10 different strategies that can be modified and adapted to meet the needs of diverse content areas ranging from math to history, science to psychology, and beyond. Such strategies will help the content come alive and become meaningful to students as they participate in active learning.
This session is presented by Dr. Elissa Barr, Professor, Public Health, a Faculty Fellow in the Office of Faculty Enhancement.
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- Wednesday, April 5, 2017
- 12:00pm - 1:00pm
- Course Design