Active Learning That Works: What Students Think
From the teacher’s point of view, active learning should be a powerful instructional tool, but what do the students really think about it? Are they actually learning what you intend when you use these teaching strategies in the college classroom? This unique seminar will gives you the student perspective.
$39.00 – $697.00
Students Speak Up—What Does and Doesn’t Work in Active Learning
From the teacher’s point of view, active learning should be a powerful instructional tool, but what do the students really think about it? Are they actually learning what you intend when you use these teaching strategies in the college classroom?
To find out, listen to some real experts on the subject-students themselves!
In this unique Magna Online Seminar, you have the opportunity to view a series of student interview video clips to hear the students point of view.
Active learning places the ultimate responsibility for learning on students. Ideally, they will teach one another through carefully structured exercises designed to make them engage more deeply with course material. This seminar covers:
- Why you should develop student-centered learning activities
- How to prepare students for an active learning exercise
- Where to find new activities and teaching ideas
- Easy-to-use learning tools adaptable to most disciplines
- Why it’s important to solicit ongoing feedback from students
This was a valuable seminar with excellent take away information from students about active engagement in learning activities. As a new educator, I felt that the presentation was wonderful! I am brainstorming on ways to implement active learning strategies in the classroom. – Seminar Attendee
In a college classroom, what can go wrong, will.
The presenter explains why you have to guard against Murphy’s Law during classroom learning activities, and how to anticipate and fend off trouble before it arises. You are guided in:
- Why you should test drive active learning activities before using them
- How to stage a dry run of a possible learning exercise
- New ways of incorporating activities in your curriculum
- How to recognize the limitations of certain learning strategies.
Most importantly, however, you hear college students explain, in their own words, which learning activities motivate them the most…and which simply fall flat.
This seminar is appropriate for instructional faculty at any institution who would like to invigorate coursework with better active learning techniques. It is recommended for:
- Tenure-track faculty
- Online faculty
- Adjunct instructors
- Faculty trainers, and
- Administrators who supervise instruction.
Order today and discover which learning activities students find most engaging. Whether you are new to active learning or have been using it for some time, this seminar is for you.
Product Code: PC12FA
FEATURED MAGNA PRODUCTS
- Active and Engaged Students, Assessment, Grading, and Feedback, Blended and Flipped Learning, Classroom Climate, Classroom Management, Course Delivery and Instruction, Course Design and Preparation, Digital Library, Equity, Inclusion, and Diversity, Faculty, Faculty Support, Legal Concerns, On-Demand Seminars, Online Assessment, Grading, and Feedback, Online Course Delivery and Instruction, Online Course Design and Preparation, Online Student Engagement, Personal Development, Specific Student Populations, Student Engagement, Supporting Online Faculty, Teaching Strategies, Technology in Online Courses, Technology in the Classroom
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Campus Access License
With the purchase of the optional Campus Access License (or Group License when ordering online), registrants are granted a license to download the program contents to a password-protected network, server, or website for additional staff use. You will receive information on downloading the contents of the program within 3-5 business days.