ULAB IQAC organized workshop on “The Role of Faculty in Engaging Students in the Active Learning Process” on 12 March 2018 at Campus-B, Seminar Room.
To discuss the different techniques on how to effectively engage students in the learning process, Institutional Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) organized a workshop on “The Role of Faculty in Engaging Students in the Active Learning Process”. The said workshop took place on 12 March 2018 at Campus-B, Seminar Room. The workshop was attended by the faculty members nominated by the Heads of Department. The following topics were discussed in the workshop: what is active learning; student engagement; active learning strategies embedded in teaching methods; different styles of learning; practices on student engagement; engaging students by assessment; using critical inquiry; types of questions for critical thinking; teaching for retention; giving feedback effectively; Maslow’s hierarchy of needs; promoting student autonomy; characteristics of effective teachers; and elements of cognitive domain. The workshop was facilitated by Dr. Serajul I. Bhuiyan, Professor and Chair Department of Journalism and Mass Communications, Savannah State University.