Progressive Pedagogy: Classroom Management with Adult Learners

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UNI Success faculty invite the Arizona State University community to attend its spring 2017 series of professional development workshops that draw from progressive pedagogical (ProPed) techniques, which are designed to support student success and retention.

Jennifer Miller, an instructor in the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts and University College, presents the March 15 session: "Classroom Control: Do Adult Learners Really Need Active Management?"

This discussion will put a new spin on classroom management basics such as buy-in and rapport, seating arrangements, student inventories, and in-class strategies for handling disruption. The group will also discuss transparency; intrinsic responsibility vs. fear; and the efficacy of sarcasm, coercion and humiliation.

 

Department: 
Course Coordinator, UNI Success Courses @ ASU
Contact: 
Amanda Voigt
Phone: 
480-727-7038
UNI Success courses @ ASU, ProPed session, Wed., March 15, USE 125
Location: 
Urban Systems Engineering, room 125, Tempe campus
Campus: 
Tempe campus
Price: 
Free