Event Title

SUNY Common Problems Pedagogy Project

Presenter Information

Roundtable

Location

Hawkins Hall, Room 143

Start Date

1-10-2016 1:30 PM

End Date

1-10-2016 2:30 PM

Description

The CPP Project is a new initiative, supported by a generous SUNY grant, to create new interdisciplinary, team-taught courses on four SUNY campuses over the next several years. In this session, faculty from the four SUNY campuses, Cortland, Oneonta, Oswego, and Plattsburgh, will discuss their progress and challenges creating and teaching their own CPP courses. All are welcome to attend.
A common problem pedagogy is a form of applied or experiential learning that has elements of problem-solving, service learning, inquiry-based learning, interdisciplinarity, teamwork, teamwork, civic engagement, and other proven pedagogies. The pedagogy integrates these learning practices in service to a real-world problem, tied to a community partner, that is of common interest to faculty and students from different disciplines.

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Oct 1st, 1:30 PM Oct 1st, 2:30 PM

SUNY Common Problems Pedagogy Project

Hawkins Hall, Room 143

The CPP Project is a new initiative, supported by a generous SUNY grant, to create new interdisciplinary, team-taught courses on four SUNY campuses over the next several years. In this session, faculty from the four SUNY campuses, Cortland, Oneonta, Oswego, and Plattsburgh, will discuss their progress and challenges creating and teaching their own CPP courses. All are welcome to attend.
A common problem pedagogy is a form of applied or experiential learning that has elements of problem-solving, service learning, inquiry-based learning, interdisciplinarity, teamwork, teamwork, civic engagement, and other proven pedagogies. The pedagogy integrates these learning practices in service to a real-world problem, tied to a community partner, that is of common interest to faculty and students from different disciplines.