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April 28: Two free seminars promote teaching that engages

CohenPULLMAN, Wash. – Award-winning teaching scholar John Cohen will present two free seminars about engaging students on Thursday, April 28, in Animal Disease Biotechnology Facility 1002.

“Can Students Actually Learn in a Lecture?” will be at 12:10 p.m. It considers the flipped classroom and adds the neuroscience principle of memory consolidation during sleep.

“The 7 Essential Things You Need to Do to Give a Dynamite Talk” will be at 4:10 p.m.

Learn more about Cohen and the talks at http://vetmed.wsu.edu/innovative-education/teaching-academy/events/invited-guest-spearkers/john-cohen.

 

 

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