The potential for a more engaging and inclusive learning experience is already in your classroom. Semi-structured facilitation from undergraduate “learning assistants” enhances student learning and provides faculty members with a new perspective on their course. Participants in this workshop will experience the benefits of peer and near peer learning and consider the ways that learning assistants can streamline course planning, enhance opportunities for active learning, and bring equitable and rapid feedback to students.
Registration Link: https://goo.gl/forms/jHDHjw6NAiMYERbf1
Facilitator: Lynn Mandeltort, Ph.D. – Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Bates College
- Friday, April 5, 8:30-10:00a.m., Miller Library, Room 208 (Light breakfast provided) or
- Friday, April 5,12-1:30p.m., Miller Library, Room 208 (Lunch provided)
As always, feel free to come late and leave early