Description: There will be a blend of theory and application of pedagogical issues during this interactive session. Among the topics to be discussed are the following:
• The elements of a successful learning experience – the L.I.M.E. Model • The various roles of an instructor • The importance of process as well as content in presenting material • The A.T.A. vs. T.A.T. models of presenting course materials • Making connections with students • Benefits of two way communication • Use of discovery learning as a motivational device • Dealing with classroom management issues • Using testing as a motivational device • Use technology to improve the way that learning occurs in and out of the classroom
Field of Study: Accounting
Program Level: Basic
Method of Delivery: Group — Live
Intended Audience: Faculty new to the classroom, PhD students and experienced faculty who want to improve their effectiveness in class,
Format/Structure: The session will consist of lecture, group discussion and exercises. Examples and illustrations of the concepts discussed will be included. Sample exercises to stimulate student interest will be provided as well as useful instructor reference material.
Learning Objective: •Identify strategies to actively engage students in the learning process, and provide feedback
•Identify the various roles the professor plays in the learning process
•Discuss ways to make a connection with students
•Identify techniques to stimulate student interest
•Use technology to improve the way that learning occurs in and out of the classroom.
Prerequisites: Not Applicable
Advanced Preparation Required: None