Welcome to Cornell Engineering Learning Initiatives ‘Edublog’. Interested in active, engaged-learning? Best Practices for facilitating retention and critical thinking? Maybe you want to know about some of the resources for supporting engineering students in their course work? Is it possible that you have interest in working as a peer educator in the College of Engineering with ELI?
Well you have come to the right place! Follow our posts about teaching and learning activities in general, and featuring the great work done by our TA Development Consultants and our Undergraduate Academic Excellence Workshop Facilitators. Feel free to reach out to ELI with any questions or just to learn more if you don’t find it here:
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- Recognizing and Requesting Transparency in the College Classroom - February 24, 2023
- Do well on finals AND retain knowledge: Strategies for short and long-term success - November 26, 2022
- USING THE METACOGNITIVE CYCLE TO TURN ‘PROBLEM SETS’ INTO ‘STUDY SESSIONS’ - September 20, 2022
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This blog is a great idea to get the news out that even virtually we are able to help our Cornell Engineering students through the ELI Progam. Thanks for sharing this news.
Dawn, thank you! and thank you for your help and support ! we are excited to tell our story. So much great work by graduates and undergraduates supporting each other and doing research!!