Date(s) - 02/07/2020
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
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These session is aimed at in-class presentations.
Class presentations often serve as a culminating individual or group assignment. Students have invested significant effort in an assignment to be shared among peers in the course and the presenter or presenters often gain much by presenting. However, on the grand “continuum of impact,” substantial course time may spent during which students appear only mildly interested in peers’ presentations. Has the source of a “lecture” simply shifted to more “lecturers” on the day of presenting? What are the listeners to gain by hearing these culminating summaries and how can the learning of the listeners be elevated? What can the presenters be asked to do besides “tell their results?”
How can we design these assignments to that the learning is still going for the listeners as well on the day of presenting?
Find out options, examples, and practices to take presentations into interactive learning for both presenters and participants.
Registration is closed for this workshop.