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Active Learning Instructional Strategies in Professional Communication Lindsay McManus

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Drawing from Bonwell and Eison’s (1991) and Davis’ (2009) work on using active learning to increase engagement in the classroom atmosphere, the presenters will describe how they use active learning strategies in writing assignments to develop students’ professionalism. They will apply these teaching methods to the structure, peer review, and instructor evaluation of writing assignments; self-evaluation and reflection; and team projects.

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Apr 6th, 2:05 PM Apr 6th, 2:55 PM

Active Learning Instructional Strategies in Professional Communication Lindsay McManus

Room 200

Drawing from Bonwell and Eison’s (1991) and Davis’ (2009) work on using active learning to increase engagement in the classroom atmosphere, the presenters will describe how they use active learning strategies in writing assignments to develop students’ professionalism. They will apply these teaching methods to the structure, peer review, and instructor evaluation of writing assignments; self-evaluation and reflection; and team projects.