Situated Learning Community Event
Thursday, April 25


You are cordially invited to a DoIT Engage Community Event: Teaching with Situated Learning. The event features campus faculty and instructors who are experimenting with situated learning in their instruction to promote deeper student engagement. Situated Learning uses a collaborative learning environment to simulate real world problems, situations, and scenarios that help students "situate" knowledge in its cultural context.

What: A DoIT Engage Commmunity Event : Teaching with Situated Learning

When: Thursday, April 25, 2013 12:00-1:30PM

Where: Union South [Please check TITU for our room assignment


12:10 Introduction: Chris Lupton, Engage, DoIT AT

12:15 Situated Learning: Science & Social Studies
Min-Chi Yan, Teaching Assistant, School of Education

12:45 Developing an Interactive Case Scenario on Climate Change
Patrick Rowley, Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies/Space Science and Engineering Center
Les Howles, Senior Information Processing Consultant, DoIT Academic Technology

1:15 Closing: Chris Lupton, Engage, DoIT AT

Light refreshments will be served. Please feel free to bring your lunch!

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