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Tuesday, August 5 • 2:00pm - 5:00pm
W100: Utilizing Individualized and Active Learning to Demonstrate Student Gains (offered twice)

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This workshop will facilitate a collaborative development of strategies for integrating adaptive and active learning techniques in chemistry courses. Workshop participants will work together to discuss, present and analyze various techniques and tools that increase student preparation, student self-awareness, and student engagement including Learning Catalytics, an advanced, cloud-based learning analytics and assessment system developed by Eric Mazur, Brian Lukoff, and Gary King of Harvard University. Research shows that instant feedback and peer-to-peer engagement lead to improved student comprehension and this workshop will explore the most effective ways to determine which concepts require further exploration and how to group students accordingly for additional discussion and problem solving


Terry Haugen

Content Strategy Manager, Pearson

Tuesday August 5, 2014 2:00pm - 5:00pm EDT
HRY 117
  Assessment  Concept Issues  Pedagogy