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Active Learning Strategy: The Interactive Student Notebook

When: Friday, October 15, 2021
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Where: > See description for location
Description: Office of Faculty Development: Claire T. Carney Library Room 213

Presenter: Ricardo Rosa, Associate Professor of Public Policy/Assistant Director of the OFD

The Interactive Notebook is an active learning strategy and authentic assessment that is coherent with and supportive of diverse active pedagogies. Some of the key benefits of the Interactive Student Notebook include assisting students in effectively organizing and interacting with notes (instructional and reading content); allowing students greater latitude in demonstrating understanding of subject matter and in relating the subject to experiences; breaking down disciplinary boundaries so that connections are made between courses; allowing instructors greater insight into how students are making meaning; deepening dialogic interaction between student/instructor and the student and peers; and inciting joy in the process of learning.

This workshop is open to all faculty and graduate student instructors. To register, please contact Ellen Mandly at Please indicate your preference for in-person or virtual participation when registering. Individually wrapped lunches, which can be enjoyed during the workshop or taken "to go," will be provided for in-person participants.
Topical Areas: Faculty, Staff and Administrators, Faculty Development