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Learner-Centered Teacher Development to Evoke Excellence Among Students

Learner-Centered Teacher Development to Evoke Excellence Among Students Beata Jones, John Zubizarreta, Marca Wolfensbergerb.jones@tcu.edu, jzubizarreta@columbiasc.edu M.V.C.Wolfensberger@pl.hanze.nl June 3, 2016, Utrecht, the NetherlandsUtrecht Honours Conference 2016: Honours Futures

Welcome!Marca Wolfensberger, Ph.D.

John Zubizarreta, Ph.D.Beata Jones, Ph.D.

M.V.C.Wolfensberger@pl.hanze.nl jzubizarreta@columbiasc.edub.jones@tcu.edu

Hello! Nice to Meet YouMy name is..

I am from the ___ college/school/dept. @ ______ university in _____.

This session is relevant to me because

Agenda

Motivation

How Do YOU Keep Learning?

MotivationDo YOU Agree That Teachers Development Has Impact on Student Learning?

Creating Significant Learning Experiences

Self-Directed Guide to Designing Significant Learning Experiences

What Might be a Reasonable Goal for a Teacher Development Workshop?

Our Honors Faculty Institute Objective

At the end of the institute, the participants will be able to:

Design and implement an effective honors course, based on honors pedagogy research, by integrating ideas presented in readings and at the institute.

Learner-Centered Teacher Development

Mimic Home Institution EnvironmentWhat Can You Do to Mimic A Home Institution Environment at the Workshop?

Evidence-Based Honors Pedagogy

Wolfensberger, 2012Image source: https://emtaylorblog.wordpress.com

Enhancing Academic/Teaching Competence

Depth of Learning:Challenging TasksResearchCreative EndeavorsBreadth of Learning:Multi-perspectivesInterdisciplinaryIntegrative Academic & Societal

What Could You Ask the Faculty to Do to Enhance Their Academic Competence?

Offering Bounded Freedom

ChoicesFlexibilityExperimentationSelf-regulationPassionCo-productionInnovative PedagogiesHow Could You Offer Bounded Freedom to Faculty@ the Workshop?

Creating Community

Teacher Behavior:EngagementJoyInspirationInterest in StudentsAvailabilityBuilding Relationships:FeedbackInteractionActive LearningHow Could You Create a Community at the Workshop?

City As Text Active Learning

an approach to engaging students in thinking about their own way of seeing and understanding what they see, as they map the world around them.

ePortfolio-based Blended Learning

https://hfi.digication.com/FacultyInstitute/Home/published https://hfi.digication.com/FacultyTemplate2016/Home/published Why Use an ePortfolio Platform?

Further Notes on Our Learner-Centered Pedagogy

Early Signs of Effectiveness

Activity

References

Fink, D. (2013). Creating significant learning experiences: An integrated approach to designing college courses. San Francisco, CA:Jossey-Bass.Flaherty, C. (2016). Professors can learn to be more effective instructors. Inside Higher Education. https://www.insidehighered.com/news/2016/02/10/new-study-suggests-faculty-development-has-demonstrable-impact-student-learning? Shahid, A. (2013, December 17). A checklist for effective faculty development programs. Faculty Focus.Wolfensberger, M. V. (2012).Teaching for Excellence: Honors Pedagogy Revealed.Waxmann Verlag. Retrieved from: http://dspace.library.uu.nl/bitstream/handle/1874/261033/wolfensberger.pdf?sequence=2Yee, K. (2015). Learner-centered faculty development. New Directions for Teaching and Learning, 2015:99107. doi:10.1002/tl.20166

Thank You!Marca Wolfensberger, Ph.D.

John Zubizarreta, Ph.D.Beata Jones, Ph.D.

M.V.C.Wolfensberger@pl.hanze.nl jzubizarreta@columbiasc.edub.jones@tcu.edu

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