- OCT 22
- Mon 3:30pm - 4:45pm
- Russell House Ballroom C
- This is event is co-sponsored by the Office of Student Engagement and the Center for Teaching Excellence.
As faculty, you probably articulate your student expectations in the course syllabus. Yet, for every expectation we express, there are mutual expectations from the students who are charged with meeting it. What do students really expect of instructors? Are we wasting time doing things that don’t motivate them to learn? Understanding student expectations can lead to more effective and efficient teaching. In this session students and faculty members will participate in a structured discussion of mutual expectations. Light refreshments will be served.
Students, do you wish you could tell professors what’s important to you and how you feel about the classroom environment? In this workshop, you can safely share your expectations with professors and help them understand what works best for your learning. Or do you wonder what professors really expect of students? Sure, they give you a syllabus, but what is really needed for you to be successful? Understanding professor expectations can lead to greater student success. Please join your peers in an open two-way conversation about mutual expectations. Light refreshments will be served.