This is the second of four workshops that will address high-impact educational practices (HIPs) sponsored by the RISE program and the Center for Teaching and Learning. This workshop will address the layering of HIPs in the first year to offer a more cohesive and unified experience for students. Participants will gain perspective on how we might use taxonomy guides to aid in the creation of a vision to scale up existing work by examining and coming to an understanding of how our first-year programs intersect, while collectively providing a more efficient, inclusive, and nuanced overall experience for students. We will consider current challenges and how we might be able to combine first-year experiences to find solutions.
Setting the Stage for a Cohesive Campuswide First-Year Experience: Summer Bridge, First-Year Seminars, and Themed Learning Communities
Thursday, November 16, 2017
12:00 PM – 1:30 AM
University Library UL 1126