April 29, 1-4 pm, Union South
Do you want to give your students access to real–world experiences, but feel limited by what you can do within the classroom?
UW–Madison faculty have connected complex real–world situations and issues with classroom experiences by reframing course content into compelling story–like contexts. These interactive case scenarios, designed by DoIT’s Academic Technology, engage students in the complexity of the real world through carefully designed activities which include authentic problem–solving tasks, guidance from experts, and immediate detailed feedback.
This campus event will highlight the experiences of UW–Madison faculty using interactive case scenarios in their teaching, and will introduce a methodology you can use to design similar experiences for your students.