Research Findings Part 3: How to Train Your Professor

This week we are sharing slides from our presentation entitled, “How to Train Your Professor: Tips for Flight According to Students”, delivered on July 4th, 2013 at the International Study Association on Teachers and Teaching (ISATT) in Ghent, Belgium (#isatt2013). Student and faculty stakeholders frequently comment on how learning is impacted by both organizational/institutional culture and notions of student success. The students that participated in our research were extremely metacognitive in thinking about the teaching and learning process and the elements they require for intellectual growth. This presentation will detail several elements discussed by students and faculty: class size, experiential learning, meaningful lesson planning and the use of technology in the classroom. The PowerPoint slides and accompanying notes can be downloaded from the ‘Presentations and Publications’ tab.

 

As always, we endeavor for this blog space to be used as a place for dialogue. Please feel free to ‘leave a comment’ at the bottom of this post with your thoughts and perceptions.

– Christine H. Arnold

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