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Active Thinking and Argumentative Projects Teaching - Pedagogy Workshop

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Wednesday, March 31, 2021 at 2:30pm

Virtual Event

Dr. Joseph Marin and Dr. Ross Nedervelt will be hosting a teaching pedagogy workshop focusing on developing our undergraduate students' analytical and argumentative writing skills via Zoom on Wednesday, March 31st at 2:30 PM. This workshop will bring together participants in a group discussion on Chapters 8-13, 15, and 16 from John Bean's Engaging Ideas: The Professor's Guide to Integrating Writing, Critical Thinking, and Active Learning in the Classroom. It will then be followed by an ideas exchange session proposing and creating new project ideas to sharpen undergraduate students' critical thinking abilities and apply those skills to argumentative writing assignments.


For additional information, please contact Dr. Nedervelt ( or Dr. Marin ( Scanned copies of the selected chapters are available, please get in touch with either professor to request them.

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Topic: Teaching Pedagogy Meeting

Time: Mar 31, 2021 14:30 Eastern Time (US and Canada)


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Meeting ID: 913 8469 8385

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