Teaching and learning in large classes (75+ students) can present unique opportunities to engage with students. Sometimes, even small tweaks in your teaching can have a huge impact on student learning.
University Center for Innovative Teaching and Education (UCITE) refers to the science of teaching and learning research literature to support the use of active learning in these settings, but sometimes the most helpful ideas come from Case Western Reserve University colleagues who are working with students on our campus, in our learning environments.
Join faculty colleagues from the College of Arts and Sciences as they share their ideas for successful teaching and learning in large classes at the next UCITE First Friday event, held March 4 from 11:40 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the Allen Memorial Medical Library Building’s Herrick Room.
Participants will take away ideas to improve student engagement and have the opportunity to ask questions about “what has worked at CWRU?”
Pizza and soda will be provided, according to COVID-19 safety protocols.For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.