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Building a Collaborative Classroom Culture When Individual Student Differences Extend Beyond VARK 
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April 16, 2015   1:00pm - 2:00pm
 
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0.10 CH  
 
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Post-secondary institutions all across the country have rosters filled with diverse student populations spanning age groups, ethnicities, and life experience. One might argue this is nowhere more prevalent than on the campuses of community colleges and career institutes. How do you create an environment where they all work as a team? How do you engage your students who may, for example, have disabilities or who are dealing with sensitive life issues outside of your classroom? The speaker will suggest signs that could indicate a student should be referred for disability or counseling services and will explore how faculty can build collaboration among their students regardless of individual differences.
 


 
 
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