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Friday, November 2, 2018

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Posted: Friday, November 2, 2018

'Strategies to Develop Student Professional Behavior and Dispositions in the College Classroom' (Part 1): November 28

Please join the Teaching and Learning Center for a discussion of the importance of helping students develop professional behavior and dispositions in the college classroom on Wednesday, November 28, from noon to 1:30 p.m. in Chase Hall 109.

In this session, we will (1) share ideas for how to set expectations and communicate those expectations to students, (2) provide examples of ways to build competency for success in both college and careers, and (3) offer an opportunity for participants to develop and share ideas for their own classes. This session will be facilitated by Pixita del Prado Hill, professor of elementary education, literacy, and educational leadership; Lauren Mirabella-Ormsby, lecturer in exceptional education; Angela Patti, associate professor of exceptional education; and Pamela Schuetze-Pizarro, professor of psychology.

A follow-up session in spring will address how applied learning can be used to promote in- and out-of-class professional behavior and dispositions.

Submitted by: John D Draeger
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