Tuesday, October 30, 2012
12:10 - 1:05 p.m., Center for Faculty Excellence, Gannett Center 316
Presented by Jari Aho
Jari is a lecturer at JAMK University in Jyvaskyla, Finland, and a leader in Faculty Development both in his native country and internationally. He comes to IC as part of a faculty exchange agreement with JAMK University.
Faculty members often value having students engage in collaborative learning. Jari Aho will lead us through an exploration of group development through action-oriented methods of learning. A variety of methods for group development will be discussed in an experiential format. This will be a highly interactive session with a focus on problem solving and application to the classroom.
Schedules permitting, you are invited to attend part or this entire event.
Registration is encouraged, but not necessary.
Please visit Fall 2012 Events for details of future events being offered through the Center for Faculty Excellence. Topics include e-portfolio, tenure and promotion, bringing social movements into the classroom, human subjects research, wine and cheese social, and much more. Scheduling is being done on a regular basis.
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