[unav_all] IRIS WEBINAR - Designining Lectures to Foster Learning - 9/24 1 PM Eastern
andyf at iris.edu
Tue Sep 16 14:26:08 MDT 2014
The next IRIS webinar focuses on strategies for developing better
practices for lecturing.*
"The Nature of Cognition as a Driver for (Re)designing Lectures to
Foster Learning" will be presented at 1 pm EDT (6 pm UTC) on Wednesday,
Please registerif you intend to participate in the webinar live:
You will be emailed a confirmation containing a link for watching the
live broadcast. Afterwards, IRIS will post the webinar here:
Presenter: Michael Hubenthal (Senior Education Specialist, IRIS)
Abstract: Effective teaching has been frequently described as an art.
Such a claim is unfortunate as it implies that effectiveness is a "gift"
to be born with. While an artistic element undoubtedly is part of the
process, it is certainly not the only factor that can make one an
effective educator. By understanding how people learn, all faculty,
regardless of their artistic talents, can (re)design their instruction
(frequently with minor, incremental modifications) to more fully foster
students' mastery of identified learning goals. This talk will enhance
participants' ability to explain the process of cognition and encourage
them to consider what this says about the role of both students and
instructors in the classroom. Participants will also be able to apply
this knowledge to develop/revise lectures to more closely align with
best pedagogical practice. While examples included in the talk will
emphasize direct instruction (lecture), many concepts will have much
broader applicability to other pedagogical approaches.
PC-based attendees: Windows® 8, 7, Vista, XP or 2003 Server
Mac®-based attendees: Mac OS® X 10.6 or newer
Mobile attendees: iPhone®, iPad®, Android^(TM) phone or Android tablet
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