Progressive Pedagogy: Teachers Trusting Students — and Why It Matters

ASU faculty member and students in active learning

Join the Success Courses faculty of ASU University College for its annual series of professional development workshops that draw from progressive pedagogical (ProPed) techniques, designed to support student success and retention. These sessions are open to all across ASU.

The Jan. 30 session features Ryan Holden, lecturer in University College and the LEAD Program. It will focus on the importance of teachers trusting students for the purposes of relational development, retention, and student success outcomes. We will discuss how to maintain that personal trust while still holding high standards and enforcing policies. 

This seminar will convene in ASU Memorial Union, Hohokam L1-33, Tempe campus, from 1:45 to 2:45 p.m. It can also be attended virtually via Vidyo linkup at the Downtown Phoenix campus in room 317 of the University Center building (UCENT), or remotely via Vidyo link on your computing device. 

Email with questions or for Vidyo access.


Success Courses, University College
Corinne Corte, director
Memorial Union, Hohokam L1-33
Tempe campus

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