Explore presentations and resources from various Minority Faculty Development Workshops. Watch directly, or download available content below.
This presentation, given by Saundra McGuire (Louisiana State University) at the 2010 Minority Faculty Development Workshop, explains metacognition and its importance in student learning. Metacognition involves students self reflecting on their thinking and learning in order to assess what they do and no not understand and to take control of their learning.
This presentation, given by Janet Rankin (MIT) at the 2010 Minority Faculty Development Workshop, offers tips for designing courses and activities that promote active learning strategies. The presentation provides examples of strategies and pedagogies that use active learning.