Agents of Engagement: Student-Centered Academic Success Programming
Darrie Matthew Burrage,Stacey Clark,Lory-Ann Varela
Tuesday, January 12th 2016
TILT Learning Programs, in part, is in the business of helping students sustain or reinvigorate their excitement for learning – inspiring lifelong learning. This vision prompts the question: How can we further advance toward this goal both inside and outside our classroom walls? We have learned that student-to-student interaction is an integral piece of CSU’s academic success aspirations and initiatives. In this discussion-based session, we will spend some time sharing how Learning Programs has embraced peer education in its pursuit of inspiring lifelong learning, as well as have session attendees talk through how they can incorporate these practices into their own academic success efforts.
Goals and Target Audience:
The goals of session include: (1) promoting the academic success efforts Learning Programs has engaged, (2) have participants explore how they may incorporate these various practices in their own efforts, and (3) generate potential collaborations for how Learning Programs can best serve the larger campus community.
Although the particular target audience for session includes university faculty and staff, students are also welcome to attend.