CEE Faculty Workshop - Learning Assistants in Remote Classes
From Kem Saichaie
A Center for Educational Effectiveness (CEE) workshop from June 29th, 2020 on working with undergraduate Learning Assistants - students who have taken the course before - can facilitate active learning that lead to positive outcomes for students. It can be challenging to implement activities and facilitate productive student interactions in a high-enrollment courses in remote instructional settings. In this workshop, participants will learn of the many benefits Learning Assistants provide and leave with practical strategies to recruit, train, apply, manage, and reward potential learning assistants. Please note that the video has been edited. Breakout room discussions have been deleted from the original video.
Session materials can be accessed here: Engaging Learning Assistants as peer educators to support remote instruction of high-enrollment classes.
Facilitator: Miriam Martin Ph.D., Assistant Teaching Professor - Department of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics.