Teaching and Learning Days

Below are the details for upcoming Teaching and Learning days at the Faculty Center. Unless otherwise noted, these events take place in the Faculty Center in Classroom Building One, room 207.

November 16th, 2018: Reacting to the Past and Inquiry-Based Teaching

You can register at http://ucf.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_79UwWEazVGSpyW9 through Wednesday, November 14th.

9:00–9:15—Coffee and Introductions
9:15–12:00—Optional Sessions (choose one)

  • Session A: Reacting to the Past: An Immersive Pedagogy
    Join your colleagues and immerse yourself in this "highest" of high-impact pedagogies. This session offers an introduction to the Reacting pedagogy, an intensive workshop during which you will play a Reacting game, and a chance to hear from UCF students who have experienced the pedagogy.
  • Session B: Inquiry-Based Teaching
    Inquiry-based instruction can be a great way to promote deep learning in an engaged and active environment. This session will simulate the inquiry experience to inspire participants to think of their course in the context of researchable questions. Background on inquiry based lessons will be presented as well as techniques to develop inquiry-based activities regardless of class size or content level.
12:00–1:00—Lunch

 

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