Teaching Excellence Workshop:
Getting Students to Study
Wednesday, March 31, 2010, 12:20-1:10 p.m.
Center for Teaching Excellence, Thomas Cooper Library, Room 511
Participants are invited to bring a bag lunch.
How do you keep students motivated to prepare for your class? Minimal professor communication of learning expectation matched with poor student study habits can lead to learning and assessment problems in the classroom. At the beginning of the semester, they may come to class excited, interested, and prepared, but as the semester progresses, interest might begin to wane. This workshop will discuss expectations and study habits and will introduce successful teaching and classroom management techniques used by faculty across the nation.
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About the Facilitator
Dr. Walter Hanclosky is a Professor of Media Arts at the University of South Carolina and an Associate Director at the Center for Teaching Excellence. His current research involves developing instructional interactive media programs.