Reflective Teaching Community
Are you looking for new ways to deliver your course content that move beyond the traditional lecture? Are you curious about exploring new techniques for determining if your students truly understand the course material? Perhaps you are just simply looking for a way to “shake things up” and increase student engagement? Do you wish there was a forum where you could share your teaching experiences and learn from others? Join your fellow Webster faculty members at the Reflective Teaching Community to discuss these issues and much more.
The Reflective Teaching Community is a group of like-minded educators who aspire to learn and implement new teaching strategies and share their experiences through discussion.
Anyone who is interested in exploring new pedagogies, classroom activities and assessment techniques in the pursuit of improving their students' learning experiences is welcome. The group meets four times per semester, and there are also related workshops in which many of the discussed teaching techniques are first introduced.
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