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Encouraging Students to Discover their "Why" in Engagement

This is a past event.

Wednesday, May 19, 2021 at 1:00pm to 3:00pm

Virtual Event

In this workshop, we will discuss what “engagement” can look like for your students and what your role as an instructor is in empowering them throughout their engagement journey. We will also highlight the Gallup Purdue Index Report’s “Big Six” engagement experiences and the important part that instructors play when empowering students to get engaged. From developing mentorship relationships to knowing what resources to direct your students to, this workshop will show you the many ways that you can help your students find their “why” in engagement. 

Facilitated by Hazel Hooker, Program Director, Center for Student Engagement, and Sophie Braga de Barros, Program Coordinator, Center for Student Engagement 

Fulfills Certificate Requirement: Culturally Responsive Teaching or Elective

Event Type

Academics, Workshops & webinars


Faculty & Staff

Center for the Advancement of Teaching
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