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About SoTL – Analysis, synthesis, reflection, and discussion

Abstract

How can we create learning environments that most benefit our students? In this presentation, we will argue that we need to teach students metacognitive strategies to help them learn more effectively, and faculty should engage in meta-teaching strategies to help students understand the purpose behind assignments and learning activities. The goal is to create experiences that translate from one learning experience to another to provide students with a richly contextualized classroom that prepares them for the complexity of both academy and life beyond they academy.

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Presentation

Location

Room 1

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Presentation (Open Access)

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Jan 24th, 2:15 PM Jan 24th, 3:00 PM

SoTL: The Meta of teaching and learning

Room 1

How can we create learning environments that most benefit our students? In this presentation, we will argue that we need to teach students metacognitive strategies to help them learn more effectively, and faculty should engage in meta-teaching strategies to help students understand the purpose behind assignments and learning activities. The goal is to create experiences that translate from one learning experience to another to provide students with a richly contextualized classroom that prepares them for the complexity of both academy and life beyond they academy.