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Agile Teaching & Learning Workshop Archive

The Agile Teaching & Learning Workshop Spring 2022 took place virtually January 25th, 2022.

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Agile Teaching & Learning: Strategies for Designing Adaptive and Resilient Experiences for Learners

Dr. Kevin Dvorak, Nova Southeastern University

 After attending this session, faculty will be able to

  • Apply strategies from the Agile framework to spring (and future) courses

  • Adapt the Agile framework to enhance course design processes

  • Increase flexibility and adaptability of course planning

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Developing Relationships to Enhance Teaching & Cultivate Learning

Dr. Lisa Day & Dr. José Juan Gómez-Becerra

By welcoming students’ affective and social growth, faculty can improve their pedagogical approaches. In a relationship-rich classroom atmosphere, faculty can move students toward deep learning and an understanding of the needed skills for future courses and in the workplace, not only in the initial semesters of their degrees but also in their majors.
Relationship-rich educational approaches (Felten & Lambert, 2020; Day et al., forthcoming 2022) provide relational pedagogy to supplement active learning, including high-impact practices (Kuh, 2008) and student-partnership approaches (Cook-Sather et al., 2014; Mercer-Mapstone et al., 2017; Dvorak et al., 2019). In this session, facilitators introduce and define principles of relationship-rich education. Faculty will be able to adapt these principles to design learning environments for students that will increase engagement, resilience, and persistence.

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Technologies and Tools for Agile Teaching & Learning

Brad Powell

An Agile approach to teaching and learning can involve the use of technologies and tools that enhance the course planning and design process. Such tools assist with organization, schedule management, and modular design, to name a few uses. This session provides an introduction to teaching tools commonly used to support Agile approaches.
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