Make Your Lectures More Interactive

Tuesday, September 18, 3:00-4:30pm
Business Building 137*

Whether you have a “performer” personality or not, or whether you lecture a lot or a little, it’s useful from time to time to re-visit “best practices” for making your lectures engaging, interesting, and effective learning tools for students.  How can you ensure that the lecture’s content and delivery serve the purpose you intended it to, and that the context and set-up for each lecture lead to maximum impact on student learning? In this workshop, participants will experience a variety of techniques for engaging students in lectures and reflect upon strategies for revising their current lectures for heightened effect and better learning outcomes.

*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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