Bridge Course Information
GTA's Best Practices in Teaching at CSU: Active Learning
An online, facilitated, asynchronous short course focused on using a range of instructional techniques related to active learning, which research on learning has consistently identified as a key factor in academic success. Approaches include checks for understanding, chunking content, designing active learning activities and providing students adequate time to reflect on course content and class materials. The content is designed to support you wherever you are (and whether you teach online, in the classroom or in a hybrid environment) as an active learning instructor. This short course aligns with the Instructional Strategies and Pedagogical Content Knowledge domains of the TILT Teaching Effectiveness Framework. Participant time: 12 hours over 3 weeks. While the course is asynchronous, there are due dates throughout the three weeks to which participants should adhere. Course Outcomes: You will be able to... Diagnose your comfort with and skill in active learning. Describe the purposes of active learning and its relationship to formative assessment and checks for understanding. Determine the most challenging concepts in your course. Design, within your comfort and skill set, an active learning experience(s) that meets content and student needs. Apply classroom management techniques to active learning strategies.
Dates and Times:
September 13, 2021 12:00 AM - 1:00 AM
Registration Deadline: September 12, 2021 12:00 AM
Registration is closed.