Friday, December 7, 2018,
Roberts / 111 Robins

Some aspects of our disciplines are challenging for some learners and some concepts seem to form learning bottlenecks. Learning bottlenecks occur when most, if not all, of the students in a course get stuck, confused, or diverted at a particularly important point in a course. If left unattended, learning bottlenecks can make it impossible for students to productively move forward and achieve the desired learning. During this roundtable, we will explore the learning bottlenecks in our disciplines and discuss ways to help students overcome these roadblocks.
Registration Link: https://goo.gl/forms/5pBGwBaJvr3j0mEk1
Facilitator: Carol Hurney, Center for Teaching and Learning
Dates:

Thursday, Dec 6 8-9:30 a.m., in Robins Room, Roberts Hall (breakfast provided)
Friday, Dec 7 12:30-2:00 p.m., in Robins Room, Roberts Hall (lunch provided)
As always, feel free to come late and leave early


Open to the Colby community only