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Supporting Students’ Reflective Thinking

Interview with Susan Adams Delaney (with Judith Ross-Bernstein)

Last semester, Susan Adams Delaney led a faculty development session at the Center for Faculty Excellence to discuss selected teaching strategies that support students’ reflective thinking. In this follow-up interview with Judith Ross-Bernstein, Susan shares how she:

  • introduces the eportfolio to students, elaborating on its rationale and purpose in the teaching and learning process;
  • details the overarching goals of the Integrative Core Curriculum with students, and
  • creates intentional reflective spaces for student learning.

This video entry is the first part of a two part series. Next week, Susan’s blog entry offers additional practical strategies to cultivate student’s reflective thinking.

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