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April 25: Interactive teaching the focus of free presentations

MOSCOW, Idaho – Faculty, staff and students are invited to a free symposium about improving student engagement and success via active learning at 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Monday, April 25. Three Washington State University professors will make presentations at the gathering, which will be at the University of Idaho Commons. Breakfast and lunch are included.

Dee Posey, WSU psychology, will discuss “What I’ve Learned from Flipping My Classroom.” William B. Davis, WSU molecular biosciences, will talk about “Active Learning and Course-Based Undergraduate Research Experiences in Large Enrollment Classes: Who Benefits and Why?” Samantha Gizerian, WSU neuroscience, will present “Figuring Out the Flip.”

For more information and to register, visit http://doceocenter.org/active_learning. Contact Mary Packer, WSU Academic Outreach and Innovation, at mary_packer@wsu.edu or 509-335-3336 with questions.

 

 

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