ON DEMAND: Building Process Management Skills by Using an Interactive Timeline in Your Course
Quite often, it can be difficult for students to recognize how low-stakes assignments are preparing them for the more complex, high-stakes assignments in our courses. This can hinder their ability to develop effective process management skills, necessary for planning and executing multi-step tasks in a project-based learning model. This hyperlinked, digital poster illustrates the timeline of major projects throughout the semester, and identifies and connects the various skill-building activities/assignments leading up to each. As you navigate through the links, you can explore a variety of resources, group activities and discussions that help build critical reading, rhetorical analysis and synthesis skills required for projects in ENGH 302 - Advanced Composition. This timeline can be used as an interactive reference guide for your students, as they can quickly revisit specific skill-building activities as needed throughout the term. This timeline could effectively be tailored to fit any course, across disciplines.
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