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Engaging students through thoughtful active learning. Browne & Palmer

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Engaging students through thoughtful active learning. Browne & Palmer

  1. 1. 26th March 2007 LILAC 2007 Engaging Students Through Thoughtful Active Learning Cathy Palmer cpalmer@lib.uci.edu Melissa Browne mabrowne@ucdavis.edu
  2. 2. Catalog Yourself! On your notecard, please write:  Your Name and Job Title  Your Library/Institution  An Interesting Fact about Yourself Share this information with one other person in the room
  3. 3. Learning Objectives Meet other librarians to exchange ideas about teaching Discover at least one new learning activity to enhance your instruction repertoire Devise a learning activity that meets a specified learning objective and instruction scenario
  4. 4. How Many of You… Have waited for what seemed like forever for an answer to a question?
  5. 5. How Many of You… Have experienced a sea of blank stares?
  6. 6. How Many of You… Have wondered what students are getting out of your instruction?
  7. 7. Active Learning: Any activity that takes place in the classroom whereby the students are doing something besides watching or listening
  8. 8. Scenario Introduction Groups Task: Help this instructor make her session more interactive! Devise a learning activity that addresses one of her instructional objectives Presentations
  9. 9. Summary Map learning activities to stated instructional objectives Learning is multi-faceted: consider affective, cognitive and behavioral factors when designing learning activities Thank You!
  10. 10. Summary Map learning activities to stated instructional objectives Learning is multi-faceted: consider affective, cognitive and behavioral factors when designing learning activities Thank You!

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