Are you a Columbia instructor looking to engage your students in their learning through games? In this session, we will explore gamification strategies that engage students, view examples of educational games, and discuss the intentional integration of game-based principles into curricula.
Event Category: For Graduate Students
This is the third workshop in the Engaged Scholarship Event Series for Spring 2017. This series gives faculty and graduate students an introduction to engaged teaching and research methods. You will explore innovative community-engaged projects that are happening across campus, learn about models for service-learning in the classroom, and develop their own project ideas and assignments. We will delve into how and why to do community-engaged work with students.
Graduate student instructors are keen to increase their students? participation in class discussions, lectures, or labs. But what constitutes meaningful class participation? And how are instructor actions actually connected to increased class participation? Come to this workshop to engage in a discussion about what effective student participation looks like and how you can increase your students? engagement with your course. You will leave this session with some strategies to try before, during, and after your next class meeting. Register.
In these workshops, CTL learning designers help instructors learn to manage course websites, use tools for collaboration, improve presentations, produce video lectures, and create innovative, multimedia-based assignments.
This workshop offers graduate students effective strategies for setting in-class agendas that direct students to practice higher-order disciplinary thinking — the key to transforming class participation into activated student learning. Register.