Using Transparent Approaches for Learning & Teaching to Encourage Student Engagement
Transparency in Learning and Teaching (TILT) is used to describe ways in which faculty can be transparent in their teaching practices to encourage and enhance the student learning experience. The TILT approach also encourages student engagement, interest and buy-in. Faculty who have used transparent approaches have noted that they not only led to student success but also helped with organizing course material(s), maintaining a student learner-centered approach and assessing student learning. In this session, participants will review seven foundational ideas of transparent approaches, explore examples of transparent assignments and review models of transparent concepts in practice. In this stand-alone session, participants will begin to develop transparent practices for use in their courses.
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Event Date: September 01 9:30-10:45 a.m. Location: Faculty Center for Teaching & Learning (Crabbe Library 318) and Online via Zoom