We will discuss the needs of student vets in the classroom by addressing the academic, financial, social, and emotional needs of military. This workshop supports the Green Zone: Supporting Student Veterans Training offered by the GPC Military Outreach Center. Hosted by Dr. Laura Carruth. Appropriate for Faculty and Graduate Students.
A classroom focused on active learning encourages students to take part in their own education. Students often engage in “hands-on” activities and focus on developing the skills of the discipline. This session will present a variety of active-learning-based assignments and discuss the goals for incorporating such activities. Hosted by Dr. Jennifer Hall. Appropriate for Faculty and Graduate Students.
Georgia State has one of the most diverse student populations in the nation. Our students come to the classroom with a wide range of abilities, skills, life experiences, and educational backgrounds. This session will focus on identifying and meeting some of the diverse needs of our students, as well as connecting students with appropriate resources through our university. Hosted by Megan Tesene. Appropriate for Faculty and Graduate Students.
This session is for new or relatively new teachers. We will discuss syllabus design, assignment construction, and setting the stage for a successful semester. Sample materials will be available for consideration, and participants are encouraged to bring their own work for peer editing. Hosted by Dr. Jennifer Hall. Appropriate for new teachers.