CTET offers second pedagogical values session

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The Centre for Teaching and Educational Technologies (CTET) is pleased to offer the second session of the Pedagogical Values Series on January 30, 2020, from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. The topic of the session is “Appreciative Feedback to Support Learning”, addressing the LTRM arc of Applied & Authentic. The session will be facilitated by Ken Jeffery in his role as SET associate faculty and CTET’s Lauren Halcomb-Smith. Please visit the Pedagogical Values Series page to learn more and register.

The Pedagogical Values Series, launched in January, 2019, is an ongoing series of short sessions exploring the pedagogical values that form the foundation of the RRU Learning, Teaching, and Research Model (LTRM), namely: applied and authentic, caring and community-based and transformational.

Each one-hour session of the Pedagogical Values Series will feature a faculty member sharing about a pedagogical value that guides teaching practices. Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions, discuss, reflect and share back during a Q&A segment. The topic of each session is unique and sessions are designed to stand alone, so participants can choose to attend all sessions or individual sessions. These micro-sessions will be delivered on-campus with the possibility of livestreaming for off-campus participants.

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