Creating High-Impact Syllabi in Concourse Presented by Erik Palmore, Director of the Faculty Development Center
How can your syllabus be used as a tool to improve student learning, reduce the administrative work of teaching a course, and create an engaging learning experience for your students? In this workshop we will discuss the essential components of a course from a student perspective and explore enhancements you can make to your syllabus to promote clarity and to reduce questions. We will also explore how the research on student engagement can inform the way we write our syllabi, helping us to create engaging classes where students have a positive experience and emerge successful. This session will include an overview of the Concourse syllabus software and how you can use it to make an engaging syllabus.
All Webster faculty and staff welcome.
Feel free to drop in or register now. RSVPs are appreciated.
Tuesday, February 19, 2019 at 3:00pm to 4:00pm
Sverdrup Complex, Active Learning Classroom, Room 119
8300 Big Bend Boulevard, 63119