Session H4: Evidence-Based Methods to Mitigate Learning Loss (Online Session)

Session H4: Evidence-Based Methods to Mitigate Learning Loss (Online Session)

Time:
3:00 PM

Presented by Grace Jacek

Educators navigate the complexities of course delivery in the setting of evolving public health concerns during the pandemic. Students with unique coping skills must adapt by learning in a variety of environments ranging from virtual to face-to-face settings. As a result of fluctuating hybrid models, students have variable challenges to cognitive load which may result in learning loss. Faculty look to design appealing learning experiences that are effective in engaging diverse types of learners. Teaching effective study methods is imperative to student success. In this 60-minute session, we will explore efficacious evidence-based study methods to maximize learning without exceeding cognitive load.

Session Learning Objectives:

  1. The learner will identify causes of student learning loss.
  2. The learner will identify types of student cognitive load.
  3. The learner will identify evidence-based study methods to mitigate learning loss.

Audience: Administrators, Faculty

Registration

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