The emphasis of this discussion will be on the Learning Fellows Program and SNHUâ€™s Center for Teaching and Learning, where students with high financial need are invited to facilitate instruction and provide just-in-time formative feedback to faculty about their instruction, as well as the quality of teaching and learning happening in the class. In addition, Murray-Chandler will provide examples of partnering with students to collect data and report findings for anonymous mid-semester evaluation data, conducting inquiries where students dig deeper through design thinking methods and NSSE data to delve into DEI issues that impact learners–most recently international students and students from underserved populations. Participants will walk away with strategies to use institutional data in meaningful ways.
NEean: Engaging At-Risk Students as Partners in the Teaching, Learning, and Assessment Process
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October 14, 2020 @ 11:00 am
Lynn Murray-Chandler, Ph.D., Executive Director, Center for Teaching and Learning