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Workshop on How Students Learn

How Students Learn: Implications for Advising and Reference
Thursday, April 9, 3:00-4:30 (LIS 131)

Research in the fields of education, neurobiology and psychology informs
our understanding of how students learn. Yet there is a gap between what
we know about learning and what we do about it when we're teaching. Our
discussion will focus on practical implications of the research on
students' learning, especially on teaching techniques for one-on-one
advising. We’ll view a videoclip of students discussing their course
assignments, and consider your own examples of real students’ reference
desk questions to jump-start our conversation.

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