Title

Chicken, Rotten Herring and Kabob Pizza: Reflections about how small bites and second helpings feed teaching and learning internationally and at home

Document Type

Video

Streaming Media

Publication Date

2-21-2022

Keywords

self regulated learning, study abroad, Wally Cordes chair, engaged learning

Abstract

The topic of discussion will be Runaway Chicken, Rotten Herring and Kabob Pizza: Reflections about how small bites and second helpings feed teaching and learning internationally and at home.

Hagstrom writes, "It is not what we teach, but how we engage learners that feeds the soul of the instructor and contributes to a world made better by our students. I call this 'engaged learning,' a term that applies to both as teachers learn from students in the process of teaching, and students - as their mindsets move from other, to joint, to self-regulated learning - become their own teachers. Tales of unexpected experiences shared in this session will focus on reflection, both that of the learner and teacher, as the active ingredient that scaffolds human development in the context of formal education. Let's envision possible futures as we share food for thought."

Hagstrom is the associate professor of communication sciences and disorders and currently interim associate dean for international education.

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