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Thursday, May 7 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Examining Reiterative Reflection in the Library Instruction Classroom: A Qualitative View

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Does reflective pedagogy work? How do we encourage students to, as Kathleen Blake Yancey says, "witness their own learning?" Reflective pedagogy has been successfully used to facilitate transfer learning in semester long writing courses, but can it be an effective pedagogy in the Library Instruction classroom? Does reflection allow us to assess student learning/teach students to assess their own learning? In this session, we will discuss preliminary findings of our qualitative study that explores the impact of reflective pedagogy on student learning in the library instruction classroom and engage conference participants in discussion about moving forward with this work.

Participants will:
  • Learn what reflective pedagogy is in order to engage in the conversation.
  • Reflect on their own learning in order to better understand its application.
  • Learn how to implement reflective learning both individually and as a group in order to use it authentic assessment.

Presenters
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Sara Maurice Whitver

Coordinator of Library Instruction, University of Alabama
Sara Maurice Whitver is the Coordinator of Library Instruction for the University of Alabama Libraries, where she engages in program development, assessment, and strategic planning for teaching and learning.
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Karleigh Riesen

Research and Instruction Librarian, University of Alabama


Thursday May 7, 2020 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT