Award-Winning Faculty Series: What Happens When Pigs Eat Kool-Aid? Critical Thinking in Your Classroom (Locke Karriker)

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Date/Time:Tuesday, 06 Jun 2017 from 12:10 pm to 1:00 pm
Location:in-person 2532 College of Vet Med, webcast in 2030 Morrill Hall, or view on your own via Zoom
Channel:Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching
Categories:Training, development
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In this joint CELT/VET MED presentation, Locke Karriker, Professor and Gustafson Chair for Teaching Excellence, Veterinary Diagnostic and Production Animal Medicine, shares how he brings the farm into his 90-student food-animal classroom. Professor Karriker's student-centered approach structures concepts and focuses on nurturing the thought process--

presenting students with problems they've got to think their way out of, rather than relying only on references. In this session, learn how to help new critical thinkers work past frustration and support them as they discover their knowledge and abilities are up to the task. Participants will leave this session with strategies to foster conceptual, messy, real-world problem-solving and empower students to take charge of their own learning.

About the presenter:
Locke Karriker
Gustafson Chair for Teaching Excellence

Participate in-person*
2532 College of Vet Med (Enter through the Admin entrance near Lot 96)

Webcast viewing on-campus*
2030 Morrill Hall

View on your own
Via the Zoom meeting link. If you need assistance connecting via Zoom visit Zoom's Support website or Contact ISU's Solution Center at 294-4000

*No registration necessary to attend. Check-in will be available at both campus sites if attendees would like to include their participation in the completed training recorded in

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