Situated Learning Community Event
Wednesday, Feb 13th
You are cordially invited to a DoIT Engage Situated Learning Community Event. The event will include speakers who are engaged in using situated learning in their instruction or who are experts in the field. Situated learning uses a designed learning environment to simulate real world problems, situations, and scenarios that help students “situate” knowledge in its own cultural context. The event will focus on tracking evaluation outcomes and will feature two projects that yielded intriguing evaluation results.
What: A DoIT Engage Situated Learning Community Event
When: Wednesday, February 13, 2013 12:00-1:30 PM
Where: Union South, Please check the boards for our room assignment (TITU)
12:10 Introduction: Chris Lupton, Engage, DoIT AT
12:15 "A Tale of Two Evaluations: Assessment Outcomes From Two Applications of CSCR in Pharmacy Class"
Josh Morrill, Senior Evaluator, Engage, DoIT Academic Technology
Steven Oakes, Clinical Assistant Professor, School of Pharmacy
Denise Pigarelli, Clinical Associate Professor, School of Pharmacy
Casey Gallimore, Clinical Assistant Professor, School of Pharmacy
Susanne Barnett, Clinical Assistant Professor, School of Pharmacy
1:15 Closing: Chris Lupton, Engage, DoIT AT
Light refreshments will be served. Please feel free to bring your lunch!
Please note the dates of our Spring 2013 DoIT Engage Situated Learning Community Events: March 12 and April 25, 2013.
To receive updates about Situated Learning events, email email@example.com with the subject line SL Interest List.
If you have questions about teaching and learning with technology contact DoIT Academic Technology at academictech.doit.wisc.edu.