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Student Engagement

Discover strategies to improve engagement in your classroom and support student success.

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Date: Monday June 18, 2018
Time: 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
Duration: 60 minutes
Location: ERC 1058
Cost: Free
Facilitator(s): Caroline Ferguson 

Description:

For STEM - based courses that require problem-solving, real-time digital ink can provide a better interface to support active learning in the classroom than pre-made PowerPoint presentations. When lecture notes are delivered through OneNote, they can be sent directly to a student's cell phone or laptop in real-time. This workshop provides instructors with the opportunity to promote student engagement by incorporating active exercises into their classroom. They will receive a hands-on introduction to the use of OneNote to deliver their lecture material, and will be tasked with creating short active learning exercises that can be used in the classroom. 

 Learning Objectives:

This workshop will:

  • Summarize educational research findings that support the use of OneNote in the classroom
  • Demonstrate the benefits of real-time online solutions to student learning
  • Provide a hands-on introduction to the use of OneNote to deliver lecture material

 Requirements:

  • Access to the Internet.
  • Access to a hotmail account. If you don't already have one, go to hotmail.comand click on “Create one!” 

Contact:

For questions, please email teachingandlearning@uoit.ca

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