A&S T&L Community of Practice: Student Choice and Self-Directed Learning
December 7 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm EST
Presented by: Faculty of Arts & Science
The upcoming A&S Teaching & Learning Community of Practice session will showcase two presentations that discuss student choice and self-directed learning:
“Touching the Earth: Experiential Learning in a Buddhist Context for Student Well-Being” — Michael Ium (Postdoctoral Fellow, Department for the Study of Religion)
“Assignment Design for First-Year Foundational Skill Development” — Erin Vearncombe (Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream, Office of the Dean)
A Q&A and discussion will follow the presentations.
The Teaching & Learning Community of Practice (CoP) showcases innovative teaching practices and strategies from Arts & Science instructors. This year, there are 11 CoP sessions covering a wide array of pedagogical topics.
Visit the A&S T&L CoP Quercus site for a list of upcoming sessions. If you have questions about the CoP, please contact email@example.com