Provost’s Symposium 2019: Empowering Students to be Active Learners
Thursday, Feb. 7, at 6:30 p.m.–Friday, Feb. 8, at 3 p.m.
Emerson Alumni Hall
Journal writing, problem solving, paired discussions, case studies and role play — just a few of the many active learning tools that can help engage students as active participants. How can active learning teaching strategies work in your classroom?
AGENDA AT A GLANCE
Evidence-Based Research & Effective Learning Strategies
Susan Rundell Singer, Vice President for Academic Affairs & Provost, Rollins College
Former Department Director, Undergraduate Education, National Science Foundation
Active Learning: Creating Inclusive and Engaging Classrooms
Professor Robert Talbert, Department of Mathematics, Grand Valley State University
What’s Next? Developing Faculty Learning Communities at UF
Jennifer Smith, Director, Office of Faculty Development & Technology, University of Florida
**Drawing for six iPad Pros during the lunch hour**