Great Lakes Teaching Conference
Central Michigan University, Mount Pleasant, MI
One puzzling dilemma for an extroverted instructor is how to get the quiet and reserved students to talk. How can I honor a student’s preference to be a quiet observer in a course devoted to wellness and stress management? How do I manage the energetic verbalizers and facilitate a balanced student to student discussion? Participants will experience a low tech flipping system which promotes community, reading compliance, content connection, critical thinking, fun, and project ideas.
Linda Wright-Bower (2015).
Promoting Student Participation: In-class Strategies to Engage the Introverts & Reluctant Learners. Presented at Great Lakes Teaching Conference, Central Michigan University, Mount Pleasant, MI.