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Best Instructional Practices for Developing Non-Cognitive Skills and Innovation

The OFPD offers highly interactive workshops that examine teaching and learning strategies, concepts and theories embedded in student-centered learning appropriate for diverse student populations in college classrooms.  Participants learn how to actively engage students in their courses and increase student achievement by identifying, nurturing, and utilizing the strengths students bring to the teaching and learning environment. Learning styles theory, multiple intelligences, higher order thinking, and cooperative learning are research-based practices prescribed for increased student engagement and for instructor efficacy in creating course related activities that align with student learning outcomes and accountability measures.

 
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