THIS IS A PAST EVENT.

CAT Book Discussion: Minding Bodies: How Physical Space, Sensation, and Movement Affect Learning

THIS IS A PAST EVENT.

CAT Book Discussion: Minding Bodies: How Physical Space, Sensation, and Movement Affect Learning

In Minding Bodies, Susan Hrach uses new research on the body to help instructors improve their students’ knowledge and skills through physical movement, attention to the spatial environment, and sensitivity to humans as more than “brains on sticks”. Let’s meet and talk about how we can create creative embodied, sensory-rich learning experiences that maximize the effectiveness of the time we spend learning with our students.

Meets three times this semester (2/1, 2/15 & 2/29) on Thursday from 3:30-4:30 in ZSR 664 (Faculty Commons Conference Room inside the Faculty Commons space in ZSR Wilson Wing). We will provide the book for the first 12 registrants. These discussions are very popular so we ask that you register only if you are available to attend all sessions.

(Please note: You must register before the first session to attend)

Thursday, February 29 at 3:30pm to 4:30pm

Z. Smith Reynolds Library, ZSR 664 (Faculty Commons Conference Room inside the Faculty Commons space in ZSR Wilson Wing)
1834 Wake Forest Road Winston-Salem, NC 27106

Event Type

Academics, Center for Advancement of Teaching All

Departments

Academic Centers / Institutes, Center for the Advancement of Teaching

Target Audience

Faculty

Website

https://forms.gle/yg6myThiPi6CsrYd6

Contact name

Kristi Verbeke

Contact email

verbekkj@wfu.edu

Contact phone number

3367584587

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