Yale Center for Teaching and Learning

STEM Education Seminar: Dr. Annalisa Crannell

Event Series 

Audience 

Staff, Graduate & Professional Students, Postdoctoral Fellows

Event Time 

Friday, March 9, 2018 - 11:00am to 12:00pm

Location Name and Address 

Watson Center B60
60 Sachem Street
New Haven , CT

Event Topic: 

Inquiry and Engagement in an interactive classroom

Event Description 

Dr. Annalisa Crannell, Mathematics Professor at Franklin & Marshall College

Title: Inquiry and Engagement in an interactive classroom

Abstract: Interactive engagement in the classroom can take many forms: Inquiry Based Learning (IBL), Think-Pair-Share, Flipped Classrooms, and more. Beyond being a trendy pedagogical innovation, interactive engagement has demonstrated improved outcomes in student learning and retention in mathematics and science. In this seminar, we will explore ways to structure Inquiry Based Learning on a scale from a single activity to an entire course. In addition, we will learn how the speaker wound up using IBL to teach a class on isomorphisms of quotient groups in a bagel shop.

View the poster for the seminar here.

View the slides from the seminar here.

View the recording of the seminar here.