HIPs Webinar Series: Experiential Learning
PROMISE/CIRTL Future Faculty Series
"HIPs Webinar Series: Experiential Learning: Simulation and Role-Playing"
PROMISE and CIRTL are pleased to bring you this opportunity to earn credit toward your CIRTL certification by participating in a University System of Maryland Kirwan Center training webinar on High Impact Practices (HIPS). The Kirwan Center will be asking participants to sign into the chat box as an attendance roll call at some point during the webinar and this will serve as your attendance verification. This is a new collaboration for us, we hope you take advantage of it!
Frostburg’s webinar will showcase three high-impact, experiential education activities involving role-play and simulation: 1) Reacting to the Past (RTTP) is an active learning pedagogy of role-playing games that have been employed in economics, history, geography, and philosophy courses at FSU. In RTTP games, students are assigned character roles with specific goals and must communicate, collaborate, and compete effectively to advance their objectives. 2) Each spring, FSU sends a student delegation to Washington, D.C. to participate in the Model Organization of American States (MOAS), a simulation exercise where students represent the diplomats of the member states of the OAS. The MOAS program fosters leadership, negotiation, teamwork, and problem-solving skills. 3) FSU’s Departments of Theatre and Nursing have implemented a Simulated Patient Program as a pedagogical approach to training acting students and preparing nursing students for the field. For both groups, this high-impact practice helps students develop skills and sensitivity in empathy and caring, listening and communication, cultural competency, feedback, and reflection.
Thursday, March 26, 2020 from 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
This event will be held online, please click the "Going" button below so we can get a count of participants, and please go to the following link during the time specified above: