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Kelly and Duran to Present on 'Using Groups in Instruction'
Three's company or three's a crowd? Using groups in the classroom brings its own set of challenges. What is the optimal group size? What can faculty do about students who don’t do their share of the group project?
On Thursday, Nov. 8, from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. in the Woods Classroom in Mortensen Library, professors of communication Lynne Kelly and Robert Duran will share their expertise on managing small groups in the classroom or in Blackboard. This seminar is for faculty who use small groups for course assignments or group projects or for those who would like to hear how to do so more effectively. All instructors are invited and are encouraged to bring their questions about using groups in teaching and learning.
Interested faculty should call the Faculty Center for Learning Development at 860.768.4661 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to register.