This article is by Linda Nilson, author of the book Creating Self-Regulated Learners.
Read this excellent article about millennial learners by Dr. Christy Price from Dalton State College
Why Don’t My Students Think I’m Groovy?: The New “R”s for Engaging Millennial Learners
Ken Seeskin presented this topic on the Mequon campus on April 25, 2014. If you missed his presentation, you can view it here.
If you missed the May 5, 2014 presentation by Dr. Jeffrey E. Burkart you can view the recording here.
The Persistence of Vision: Reflections on Faith and Learning
Dr. Burkart is an Emeritus Professor of Educational Communications/Media & Artist in Residence at Concordia University Stain Paul.
This is a great list Maryellen Weimer pulled together describing seven characteristics of good learners.
Lectures can have a bad rap as being passive for students. Read this article to learn how to incorporate self-regulated learning into your live lectures.
Here is an excellent article from Karl R. Wirth and Dexter Perkins (2008) that provides an excellent overview of different learning theories including the Cognitive Domain (Bloom), Affective Domain (Krathwohl), a Taxonomy of Significant Learning (Fink), the Learning Cycle (Kolb), Levels of Intellectual Development (Baxter Magolda), critical thinking and metacognition.
Concordia University Faculty Scholarship Day
Monday, October 20, 2014 at the Mequon Campus.
Submit proposals to present either a poster or a platform presentation by August 29, 2014. For more information contact members of the Concordia Faculty Scholarship Committee or Dr. Leah Dvorak (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Scholarship Day Abstract submission form 2014
If you missed the March 17 Lunch n’ Learn by Tina Orr (Nursing) and Susan Gallanis (CELT) you can view it here.
This presentation describes the process of incorporating active learning strategies into a high content nursing course.
You can find the presentation handouts here.