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'Teaching First-Year Students' Discussion Group to Meet Friday
The final session of the Teaching First-Year Students Discussion Group will be held on Friday, April 24, from 1 to 3 p.m. in the Henry Roberts Room (on the third floor of the Computer Center).
All faculty and staff are welcome, regardless of previous attendance at these sessions or level of experience.
Our topic will be learning styles and how to respond to them. There are many learning style theories that can help us look at a number of dimensions of student learning. Participants will be invited to share ideas and materials about theories they are familiar with. Just as important as knowing about learning styles, though, is exploring how to respond to different learning styles to maximize learning in first-year students.
This will be a discussion, not a lecture, and we look forward to any and all ideas. If you have questions about the session, contact Assistant Provost Fred Sweitzer at email@example.com or 768-4504.