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Dr. Allissa King, Sociology faculty, presented at KCELT’s Learning Institute last week on student collaboration on study guides. To access all the slides from her presentation, please click on the link here: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B997q4eBawmrS1phVWd2VzFEVEE/edit?usp=sharing
Earlier this week KCELT hosted its first Learning Institute, which is a professional development program for all Kirkwood faculty. Every Learning Institute will have a different theme, and this year’s theme was Assessment. Below is the list of topics and presenters. Two presentations occurred simultaneously in two adjacent rooms in Benton Hall. Tuesday, August 13,… [Read the Full Story]
In 2011, Natalia Cherjovsky discussed the social importance of group exercises for the growth of learners, as well as, an array of activities and techniques to organize a group-oriented exercise for your curriculum. She blogs at http://nataliacherjovsky.blogspot.com/ and you can follow her on Twitter @NatCherjovsky.