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The Centre for Teaching and Learning sponsors and facilitates an ongoing series of workshops focussing on the teaching and learning issues that impact on student engagement and the student experience at the University of Windsor. These free events are open to the whole University community and facilitate discussion about strategically important teaching and learning issues for the University.

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Monday, February 27, 2017

It doesn’t always have to be this way: why engaging students in content laden large classes needn’t be such hard work

Schedule: Monday, February 27, 2017, 01:00 PM – 04:00 PM
Location: Medical Education Building, Room 3102
Instructors: Carole L. Davis
Through case study presentation, activities and discussion this 2 hour workshop will explore some of the challenges Faculty face when needing to cover large amounts of content in core courses with large student enrolment. It is recognised that in the case of courses e.g. nursing and human kinetics which deal with accreditation by professional bodies that much of this content is often non-negotiable. The workshop will address these important concerns and provide participants with a range of approaches and practical techniques that may be used whatever their discipline or context.

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Probably one of the most important things teachers do: The why, how and when of giving students feedback for learning

Schedule: Wednesday, March 01, 2017, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Location: Medical Education Building, Room 3102
Instructors: Carole L. Davis
Come to a workshop which encourages participants to focus on student feedback and its relationship with assessment. You will be required to think about your own current practices - what is working well, what is working fairly well but needs some tweaking and what is working less well. The workshop is intended to be provocative , broaden horizons, provide some reframing of the familiar whilst emphasising that there are often different options which are context specific. Throughout we will keep sight of the relationship between feedback, cognition, effective learning and confidence.