Webinar: The Syllabus Can Do That? Tips to Motivate and Engage Students Before Class Even Begins, Apr. 19
Posted by Stylus Publishing on April 2, 2019
A thoughtfully constructed syllabus can be transformative for your students’ learning, communicating the path they can take to succeed.
In this webinar, authors Christine Harrington and Melissa Thomas demonstrate how the syllabus, rather than being a mundane document to convey policies, can be a motivating resource that conveys a clear sense of your course’s learning goals, how students can achieve those goals, and establish your teaching philosophy. Christine Harrington and Melissa Thomas are the authors of Designing a Motivational Syllabus: Creating a Learning Path for Student Engagement, part of The Excellent Teacher Series.
Listen in on your own on Friday, April 19, 2019, 4 PM or start a faculty listening group. Register here for complimentary access to the Stylus webinar series, as well as access to the webinar re-plays and transcripts, which will be available following the live events.
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