Monthly Archives: March 2017

Connecting with the Disconnected Student

In the modern age of smart phones, smart devices, smart appliances, and smart cars, we are more connected to technology, news, people, and information than ever before. Students obtain information and interact differently today than in the past as learning environments and technology have evolved. Institutions and faculty are evolving in their teaching and learning methods whether learning takes place in a brick and mortar classroom or an online

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Principles of Good Practice in Experiential Learning

This year’s Faculty Fellows are from all of the colleges and are focusing on Experiential Learning.  Their goals have been to complete the application process for designating an Experiential Learning Class and share what they learn with their colleagues.  They will also be discussing their year together at the Instructional Excellence Conference May 9 and 10, 2017. In this cohort, one of the resources we have used is the National Society for