Engaging Students With C.A.R.E
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Engaging Students With C.A.R.E.
Presented by LaNita Kirby, Instructor of EnglishRowan-Cabarrus Community CollegeCandidate for Director, RCCC Teaching & Learning CenterDecember 13, 2010
People do not care how much you know until they know how much you care.Find out more!
Adult learners learn best when their courses provide opportunities for the following:
Autonomy and self-direction;Ability to connect with prior knowledge;Practical, relevant, goal-oriented activities. (Lieb, Stephen. Principles of Adult Learning )
In todays knowledge economy, we must help our students achieve their own personal success through engagement. By collaborating with them, exploring creative hands-on experiences, and delivering them d -- with C.A.R.E.they will succeed.
The Letter C = CONSULT WITH YOUR STUDENTS!
ESTABLISH RAPPORTASK QUESTIONSSEEK UNDERSTANDINGINVITE DIALOGUESECURE BUY-IN
What do you think the Letter A in C.A.R.E stands for_______?
LETS ASK OZZIE!
My solution to the thumbers!Helps engage the shy, quiet students!
Live Question Tool (You-Tube tutorial)
Harvards Live Question Tool
Post Your Questions and Comments Here
Gives students a free, feel-good fix;Allows instructor to collect information, give listening quizzes;Helps classroom to engage the back-channel (during and after class);Captures insights about student feelings, frustrations, etc.;Enables student feedback (anonymously or with SIDNs).
Students, teachers, even butterflies know this is true!
QR Code Projects (English 111)
Teaching and Learning Support With Web 2.0 Tools and SASLaNita Kirby, RCCC English Instructor,Professional Development CommitteeJanuary 7, 2009
STUDENT LOG INLET ME SHOW YOU HOW IT WORKS!
+Consultative+ Active+Rigorous +Engaged