Debriefing In-Class Activities to Ensure Successful Discussion—and Student Learning!

Tuesday, February 12, 12:00-1:30 pm
Levitt Room, Milne 120 (Downtown Campus)*
Note: Cancelled due to inclement weather

Friday, February 15, 12:45-2:15 pm
Humanities 39 (Uptown Campus)*

You meticulously designed an activity that engaged your students just as you had hoped it would. But now what? How do you help them process and reflect on the experience they’ve just had to ensure that learning happens? How can you give students the kind of feedback they need to make sure that the activity has some lasting impact on their learning? In this workshop, we will consider the purpose of debriefing and practice some strategies for ensuring that activities and the discussions that follow are both engaging and meaningful for student learning. You will leave with a set of strategies that you can put to use right away.

*Note: Because of space reconfiguration, we are currently unable to host workshops in the ITLAL office. Please take careful note of the location of the workshops you plan to attend. Our staff offices are still in Library 69 and we will continue to hold individual consultations in this space. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

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