Coursework Connections Recorded Webinar 2/11/19 > Engaging in Evidence-Based Pedagogy: Our Behavior




Check out The Early On Center for Higher Education's new webinar learning forum for faculty to share research, literature, videos, syllabi, and pedagogy for use in their early intervention coursework.

Join us for our 1st Coursework Connection with presenter, Katie Strong, Assistant Professor, Communication Sciences and Disorders, Central Michigan University.


Engaging in Evidence-Based Pedagogy: Our Behavior Matters
This webinar will showcase evidence-based teaching pedagogy as used in a graduate level speech-language pathology course titled: The Engaged Clinician: Our Behavior Matters.  We will explore the behind the scenes experience of one faculty member who taught a 2-credit, 1-week intensive summer course.  First, we will visit the inspiration for course, Janice Fialka’s Parents and Professional Partnering for Children with Disabilities and peer-reviewed articles on clinical engagement. Then we’ll explore active-learning activities embedded in the course such as creating a community, learning together, reflection, perspective taking, author guest lectures, class-based discussions. Finally we’ll explore what this experience was like from both the student and faculty perspective. You’ll walk away with at least 2-take away ideas for your own classes. Hope you’ll join us for this Coursework Connections webinar.

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December 10, 2018

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