401: Student Perspectives on Applying the Science of Learning to Enhance Undergraduate Instruction

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    Presenters: Hannah Jardine (Adjunct Professorial Lecturer, School of Education and Teaching & Learning Specialist, Center for Teaching, Research & Learning), Reba Mathews (Class of 2025), Kimiya Parker-Hill (Class of 2024), Allison Sattler (Class of 2025), Nathaniel Smith (Class of 2025), Charlotte VanSchaack (Class of 2025)

    Time: 3:10 PM – 4:00 PM

    Session Description

    In this session, students will share their perspectives on how instructors at AU can apply the science of learning to make their teaching more impactful and inclusive. These insights stem from the critical discussion and self-designed research projects that students engaged in to examine how we learn and the individual and systemic factors that support (or hinder) learning.

    Learning Outcomes

    • Identify various principles and concepts from the science of learning relevant to higher education that they can apply in their own teaching
    • Reflect on students’ perceptions of how the science of learning can be applied to create more inclusive and effective teaching and learning environments at AU

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