Today’s learners mirror societal change; 60-90% of the population thinks with mental visual language. Teaching strategies have not kept up with these changes. As a result more learners experience difficulty with higher order thinking skills. To address this problem, Dr. Kaakinen, a nurse educator, collaborated with Dr. Arwood, an educator with a language/learning backgrorund. The results of their multi-disciplinary collaboration included innovative teaching strategies designed for visual thinkers.
Research and Practice Informing Curricular Change
The Center for Research on Lifelong STEM Learning and the
College of Engineering are pleased to be co-hosting this
interactive seminar and forum with speaker
Center for Teaching and Learning314 Waldo HallPh: 541-737-2804Fax: 541-737-2812