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Trent’s CTL has completed an inter-disciplinary collaborative study: 1st Year Academic Experience Project.
The goal of the project was to conduct a ‘360 degree’ scan of the first year learning experience from three perspectives (instructors, staff supports and students) as well as to conduct a syllabus environmental scan (92 courses were reviewed) in order to better understand the complexities and varied perspectives of the experiences of first year students.
Our kids were running around, and I had a novel with me.
[…] We started having this conversation about books […] we were both serious about it, although neither of us had been published at that point.
hosted its annual “Book Bash” at e Bar on Sunday, Sept. With musical accompaniment by The Rolling Blackouts and Mo’ Kauffey, the evening was an illuminating celebration of the city’s thriving literary talent. Each author spoke for about five minutes, discussed their work without giving much away, and raffled off a free copy of each book to lucky ticket holders.
This session will present what we learned from the faculty, staff, and student perspectives and discuss how this study can be implemented at other institutions.
By the end of this session, participants will be able to: Room: SSC 1511 Authors: Brandon Sabourin, Ph D Student, University of Windsor Session Type: Research Presentation Abstract: A student’s approach to learning can help teachers and educational developers better understand student learning.
The study also included an examination of factors to consider for 1st year student learning including: student transitions, student engagement, and 21st century students.
The final report carried a series of recommendations and suggested strategies to address some of the challenges with 1st year course designs, particularly how faculty can include a variety of pedagogical approaches in conjunction with innovative assessment and evaluation practices.