Dynamic Lecturing and the Science of Learning Workshop
Note: If registrations are full, please register anyway. We expect to be able to accommodate many from the waitlist for this event.
Join us for this workshop focused on designing classes using dynamic lecturing and engaging and inclusive teaching strategies with Dr. Todd Zakrajsek. By the end of this session, you will be able to select and apply new ideas and techniques to help your students learn based on the science of learning, particularly cognitive load and information processing theory. You will be able to implement inclusive teaching techniques for your diverse students, specifically for students who tend toward introversion, whose first language is not English, and those with high social anxiety. You will be able to ensure that your assessment methods are inclusive, and align with your course learning goals.
Dr. Todd Zakrajsek is a very popular speaker and workshop leader in higher education, and the author of several books on teaching and learning, most recently Dynamic Lecturing: Research-Based Strategies to Enhance Lecture Effectiveness and the soon to be released Understanding How we Learn: Applying Key Educational Psychology Concepts in the Classroom. He is Associate Professor and Associate Director of Fellowship Programs in the Department of Family Medicine, UNC-Chapel Hill, former Executive Director, Center for Faculty Excellence at UNC-Chapel Hill, and former Director, Faculty Center for Innovative Teaching, Central Michigan University. He directs 5 national Lilly Conferences on College and University Teaching and Learning.
Lunch will be provided.
This workshop is second in a series of three sessions; although each of the sessions can be attended individually, we encourage you to register for Session 1 (September 20) and Session 3 (November 1) as well, as each session will provide you with new ideas and techniques.
This workshop is co-sponsored by Duke Learning Innovation, the Trinity Office of Assessment, the Trinity Office of the Dean of Academic Affairs, and the Duke Office of Faculty Advancement.
- Tuesday, October 8, 2019
- 11:00am - 2:00pm
- Rubenstein Library 153 (Holsti-Anderson Family Assembly Room)
- West Campus
- Teaching and Learning