Facilitator: Katherine Lithgow (Centre for Teaching Excellence)
The Integrative and Experiential Learning Series is an annual series of presentations that helps instructors develop opportunities for their students to engage in integrative learning (that is, learning experiences that help them make connections among their various courses and non-academic activities) and in experiential learning (that is, learning experiences that get students to "do" something that is relevant to a real-world problem and then reflect upon and apply what they have done).
This session is the first in a series of webinars focused on integrating reflection into courses and programs.
Webinar and Q&A session – Wednesday March 31, 2021 There has been a lot of interest in incorporating reflection into courses. This is the first in a series of webinars taking a closer look at reflection. This webinar will answer questions like: Where does reflection fit in to your and your students’ plans? What should students reflect on? How can you get started designing reflective activities for your course? What are some approaches you can take to assessing reflection? Future webinars in the series will dive deeper into topics like getting students to value reflection, and assessing (i.e. providing feedback on and grading) reflection.
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