Improve Participation in College Classrooms: How to Create a Discussion Strategy that Will Increase Student Learning and Engagement
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Gain insights into what keeps students from participating in a discussion—and how to overcome those barriers. Explore strategies you can use to better structure each discussion for increased student involvement.
Classroom Discussions: Making Student Participation the Norm Rather Than the Exception
Being part of a discussion can promote learning as well as the development of critical thinking skills. So it makes perfect sense to use discussion as a primary teaching strategy in college and university classrooms.
If your previous efforts to engage students in a discussion were met with silence, it could make you reluctant to try again. But before you give up on using discussion in your classroom, consider this online seminar from Magna Publications that provides you with techniques you can use to effectively engage students in classroom discussion—and make participation the norm rather than the exception.
What common classroom practices can decrease the likelihood of a student participating in discussion? What strategies can you use to overcome established classroom practices and increase student participation? And how can you structure classroom discussions to better facilitate student learning?
Get answers to these questions and more when you order Improve Participation in College Classrooms: How to Create a Discussion Strategy that Will Increase Student Learning and Engagement.Jay Howard provides you with insights into what keeps students from participating in a discussion—and how to overcome those barriers. You get strategies you can use to better structure each discussion for increased student involvement. And recommendations that will help reduce input from the dominant talkers and boost participation by those who are less eager to speak.
After participating in this online seminar, you will be able to:
- Increase the number of students who take part in classroom discussions
- Avoid the problem of dominant talkers
- Encourage introverted students to increase their participation in classroom discussions
- Help your students recognize what they learned in any discussion
- Use the first day of the semester to engage your students—and techniques for getting them to participate right from the start
This session is perfect for faculty members and developers in all higher education institutions.
Gain insights into what keeps students from participating in a discussion—and how to overcome those barriers. Explore strategies you can use to better structure each discussion for increased student involvement. Order Today.
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