LSC Webinar: Spaces for Making the Process of Learning Transparent for Faculty at Purdue University
Wednesday, November 6, 2013
4:00 p.m. EST
(Webinar will last about 1 hour)
Registration fee per institution: $100. This fee includes access to a recording of the webinar.
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- Philip G. Knobloch, Audio Visual Services Manager
- Gabriela C. Weaver, Professor of Chemistry and Science Education and Jerry and Rosie Semler Director of Discovery Learning Research Center
How to engage faculty in exploring and discovering how students learn and how particular pedagogical approaches and spatial affordances enhance student learning are lessons learned from the evolution of the Discovery Learning Research Center (DLRC) at Purdue University.
The DLRC is conceived of as a sandbox space for faculty experimenting with pedagogical innovations, assessing the impact of a particular approach, and determining the influence of spatial variables on the learner. …[toward the goal of]…improving learning within a particular classroom settings and to influence teaching and learning at Purdue—campus-wide.
Join this webinar to learn from DLRC Director Gabriela Weaver about her personal experience with flipping the classroom and about the DLRC’s role in transforming how colleagues across the Purdue campus think about learning and spaces for learning