Science and student learning
February 26, 2013, 12-2 pm
|Presented by Donna McGregor and Gabriela Smeureanu
Department of Chemistry
We all know that the traditional lecture-style model of the college classroom may be inefficient, and many of us have sought ways to move toward more active, research and problem-based student learning. The central goal in process-based learning is to immerse the student in the process of learning. In today’s presentation we will present a case study on the development of an inquiry-based course that is primarily driven by a process-oriented approach to student learning.
In this capacity we will address 3 main questions:
- How do students learn through process?
- How do we use inquiry in our courses?
- How does a process-oriented course differ from traditional lecture-driven course?
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