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Spring 2014 Event Series

Spring Event Series

CITL’s spring 2014 event series, "Critical Thinking and Inquiry by Design," will help instructors design courses and assignments to help students better work with sources, reveal their thinking through writing and speaking, and move beyond surface understanding to deeper meaning and meaning-making.

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Joshua Danish

Helping Students Use Theory to See the World Differently

Joshua Danish gives his students, prospective elementary school teachers, the opportunity to practice observing instances of learning in the classroom and interpreting them through the lens of various learning theories.

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Brian Donofrio

Using Just-in-Time Teaching to Ensure Student Preparation for Lecture

Brian D'Onofrio uses innovative methods to help his students prepare for lectures and retain course materials.

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