Preparing Faculty to Incorporate Active Learning. Peggy Weissinger, Ed.D. National Institute for New Faculty Developers June 27, 2005. NINFD 2005. Goals of this session. Identify alternatives to your lecturing in faculty workshops
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Peggy Weissinger, Ed.D.
National Institute for New Faculty Developers
June 27, 2005
Percentage of lecture content recorded by student note-takers during 50-minute lecture.
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For today’s session, one idea/phrase per post-it.
While active learning has the potential to revolutionize instruction, there are many reasons why it doesn’t take place. What are barriers to active learning in the classroom?
Think into the future:
As students leave the university, what are the skills, strategies, concepts, aptitudes, and personal qualities that they will need to be a productive and successful citizen in the coming years?
Research supports this: