Faculty Lunch & Learn Targets Student Engagement
The Center for Teaching Excellence and the Quality Enhancement Plan Taskforce recently hosted a Lunch & Learn titled “Aiding Students with Resources and Active Engagement” to stimulate faculty discussion concerning finding and using strategies, methods, and technologies for increasing student engagement with course content.
Thirty-nine Shorter University faculty and staff attended presentations on a variety of topics related to facilitating active student engagement: Subject Relevance and Active Student Engagement by Dr. Bill Mullen, Technology and Active Student Engagement by Dr. Nicole Vanderbush, The Use of Textbooks and Test Questions by Mrs. Lisa Keith, and Plagiarism by Dr. Christine Szostak. The presentations generated lively and insightful discussion that resulted in numerous ideas, suggestions and technologies for enhancing the learning experience for both instructor and student alike.
See a gallery of photos from the event.
To learn more about the Center for Teaching Excellence, the Quality Enhancement Plan taskforce, or future Lunch & Learn opportunities, contact Mrs. Lisa Keith (email@example.com), Dr. Earl Kellett (firstname.lastname@example.org) , or visit the QEP webpage (https://www.shorter.edu/quality-enhancement-plan-qep/).
Founded in 1873, Shorter University is a Christ-centered, four-year liberal arts university committed to excellence in education. The Princeton Review annually includes Shorter University on its list of Best Southeastern Colleges. The university offers traditional bachelor’s degrees in 40 areas of study, online courses and degree programs, undergraduate programs for working adults, and master’s programs. Learn more about Shorter at www.shorter.edu.