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Explore and Expand

The key to successful lessons begins with planning, but how do you engage students when topics are unfamiliar or uninteresting? Open that door with another key-connections! The CCRS encourage us to provide opportunities that promote critical thinking, problem solving, and research skills. Join me to discuss ways in which you can plan more effectively for active participation and in depth learning. Lessons come alive when you look beyond the pages of the text.

Presented by: Carol McDonnell from Community College of Baltimore County

This presentation is a part of the second Maryland Adult Education Virtual Training Institute.

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