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We are delighted to announce that one of our former Grad 5105 students, Adan Silverio Murillo, has been awarded the Department of Applied Economics' Outstanding Achievement Award for his work as a Graduate Teaching Assistant.
Join the Center for Educational Innovation for Pedagogical Innovations Journal Club on March 17th at 12:30 in Room 444 UOffP. Each month we will present a different journal article describing a pedagogical innovation that may spark some ideas for your teaching. In March we will discuss the article "What if students revolt? - Considering Student Resistance: Origins, Options, and Opportunities for Investigation" by Seidel and Tanner published in CBE-Life Sciences Education. This article addresses the challenge of student resistance to pedagogical innovations. The authors describe what student resistance may look like (students who do not attend or participate in class etc.). They also provide multiple strategies for both preventing and responding to student resistance. You do not have to read the article to benefit from attending the journal club. Bring your lunch, dessert will be served. Parking in the Gopher Lot will be validated. For a copy of the article or to attend remotely: email Christina Petersen email@example.com.
Facilitator: Christina Petersen, Center for Educational Innovation
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