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What kinds of practice and feedback enhance learning?

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Open only to: Faculty and Teaching Academic Staff

Date: Friday, June 07, 2013
Time: 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Location: Golda Meir 301

Courses can be so packed with required content that they leave little time for students to practice the learning desired. We know practice should be coupled with feedback in order to improve their learning. When and how often should feedback be provided in order for it to be useful? How can both practice and feedback be embedded into a course without overloading the instructor? This workshop assumes advance reading of Chapter 5 of How Learning Works (2010). The chapter will be mailed to registrants two weeks in advance.

Participants who register by May 15th for a total of four chapter sessions (including any of the four spring 2013 sessions), will receive a free copy of the book by June 1st. Notify Cheryl Jones, CIPD Program Associate, of your commitment and she will order your copy.

Come with lunch and ready for conversation.

For more information or to request special accommodations, contact: Craig Medvecky, x5764 .


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