Date(s) - 08/19/2022
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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Welcome to Part II,
In Part I, you examined how to increase your students’ engagement, curiosity, and readiness to learn your course concepts and create a First Day Lesson Plan or a course session Lesson plan using Kolb’s Experiential Learning Cycle.
In this Part II session, Part I attendees are invited to share their partial or completed Kolb Cycle Lesson Plan or come to listen and see others’ use of Kolb’s Cycle.
From this session, you will gain insight into how colleagues across disciplines:
- Applied the four phases of Kolb’s Cycle to increase and sustain student engagement in first-day f2f experiences and begin building respect, interaction, and community.
- Harnessed ambiguity, controversy, big questions, and prior knowledge to engage students on the first day or the beginning of a module, or class session.
- Maximized alignment, engagement, curiosity, and transparency using Kolb’s Cycle to frame and design a lesson plan/module.
- Plan to engage students in achieving higher-level learning outcomes while ensuring individual accountability for learning through class, group, pairs, or individual activities.
- Converted a lecture-based class session to a Kolb’s Cycle session that provokes curiosity, interaction, relevance, and engagement.