Location: Graduate Student Center 305
Summary: In-class student presentations are a teaching strategy commonly used to increase student engagement, encourage higher order thinking, and evaluate student learning. However, in-class presentations often benefit the presenter more than the audience. In this workshop, we will gauge the value of student presentations and discuss a variety of types of presentations that may offer alternative styles or activities for your classroom. Finally, we will cover concrete strategies that instructors can use to effectively implement in-class presentations in their courses, such as creating productive guidelines that limit the focus and duration of the presentations, encouraging audience participation, and connecting the presented material to larger class activities and discussions.
All graduate students are welcome. Counts towards CTL Teaching Certificate.