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Three Steps for Integrating In- and Out-of-Class Learning Experiences

Posted by on Wednesday, February 24, 2010 in News.

At yesterday’s Junior Faculty Teaching Series workshop, “More than 150 Minutes a Week: Integrating In- and Out-of-Class Learning,” CFT assistant director Derek Bruff shared three steps instructors can take to be more intentional about directing their students’ in- and out-of-class learning.  Each step is a question instructors might ask as they design their courses:

  1. What steps are there in the learning process you want your students to follow?
  2. Which of these steps should happen before class?  During class?  After class?
  3. How will you motivate your students to engage in these steps?

For more on this course design process, see the Prezi below that Derek designed for the workshop.

Photo: “Super 8,” eqqman, Flickr


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