Wrapping It Up: Helping Students Reflect Effectively on Their Learning

Event date: 

Wednesday, April 17, 2019 -
1:30PM to 3:00PM

Event location: 

Room 2601/the 26th floor of the W.E.B. Du Bois Library
 

Workshop Overview

Are you wondering if your students are actually learning what you hoped they would learn? Is your course design working out the way you planned it? End the semester on a high note by identifying effective strategies for helping students reflect on their learning so they can understand the connections between course objectives and what they have learned throughout the semester.  Join us to examine how your final course assessments align to the learning objectives and brainstorm ways to engage students in helpful end-of-the semester reflections.

Workshop Goals/LOs

Participants will

·       Reflect on the effectiveness of their course design.

·       Examine how well the final course assignments align with the course learning objectives.

·       Identify effective strategies for helping students reflect on their learning.

Workshop Facilitators

Mei-Yau Shih, Associate Director. Mei develops and oversees campus-wide teaching initiatives, provides consultations to faculty, conducts program assessments, and is an Adjunct Associate Professor in the Department of Teacher Education & Curriculum Studies.

Kirsten Helmer, Director of Programming for Diversity, Inclusion, & Equity. Kirsten develops and oversees the programming for intercultural teaching and faculty development. She is available for one-on-one and group/departmental consultations focused on course design, curriculum development, assessment methods, and teaching strategies related to multicultural education, antioppressive pedagogies, intercultural competence, inclusive and culturally responsive teaching, and facilitating difficult dialogues.