Event Title

Teaching Students How to Collaborate

Presenter Information

Rebecca Pope-Ruark, Elon University

Location

CSU 202

Start Date

30-3-2018 9:45 AM

End Date

30-3-2018 10:45 AM

Description

Collaborative projects are a widespread practice in higher education, but instructors often assume that students already know how to collaborate effectively. Yet students often report that they have little or no formal instruction in teamwork, project planning, and conflict management. Keynote speaker Dr. Rebecca Pope-Ruark has extended her use of Agile methodology to her classes for the past several years. In this workshop, she explains how faculty can help students become effective collaborators and develop better functioning teams.

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Mar 30th, 9:45 AM Mar 30th, 10:45 AM

Teaching Students How to Collaborate

CSU 202

Collaborative projects are a widespread practice in higher education, but instructors often assume that students already know how to collaborate effectively. Yet students often report that they have little or no formal instruction in teamwork, project planning, and conflict management. Keynote speaker Dr. Rebecca Pope-Ruark has extended her use of Agile methodology to her classes for the past several years. In this workshop, she explains how faculty can help students become effective collaborators and develop better functioning teams.