What Killed Engaged Teaching? A Pedagogical Murder Mystery
Space is limited to the first 20 registrants.
Presenters: Cyndi Govreau and Elizabeth Farrar, Instructional Design & Technology Specialist, Office of eLearning
Come ready to solve the student engagement murder mystery. You will leave this session with ideas on a variety of activities to rev up student engagement in your course. This will be a hands-on session, so bring your laptop, smartphone, or tablet. Put your Sherlock Holmes hat on and join us!
Cyndi Govreau has worked in higher education for more than 20 years. Prior to coming to Miami University, she was the project manager for online learning at a for-profit institution with 28 campuses across the country. She earned her master's degree in Teaching and Learning fully online. As an instructional designer, Cyndi can help faculty can help faculty transform courses into engaged learning and creative learning opportunities. Working with faculty allows her to share passion for engaged learning and to positively impact each and every student. We all know that no single approach works for every student, every course, and especially not for every faculty member. Cyndi works to find what works for you in your course and ensures that it aligns with the learning objectives.
Elizabeth Farrar is an Instructional Design and Technology Specialist with over 15 years of experience working in higher education. She holds a master's degree in Education with a focus on Instructional Technology. Elizabeth has worked in curriculum development as well as classroom teaching. Elizabeth can offer guidance and training to faculty on effective and efficient instructional solutions based on the latest innovations and research in teaching and learning. She strives to empower all faculty to facilitate engaged, student-centered learning whether in the classroom or online.
Wednesday, November 6, 2019 at 2:00pm
Laws Hall, 320
551 E. High St., Oxford, OH 45056