Developing Academic Skills in the Classroom | Faculty Interest Group at Kingsborough
Student life requires effective studying skills, time management, and the ability to prioritize academic and personal obligations. Many of our students find college excessively challenging because they have not yet developed the necessary skills to support academic success.
This FIG will focus on how we as faculty can encourage the growth of metacognitive and executive functioning skills in our classrooms. By encouraging students to regularly self-assess their academic and life skills, students’ classroom performance will improve, and they will be more likely to achieve their long-term goals.
Our current group will have discussions on the following topics:
For more information, or to join this FIG, please contact Sherrye Glaser at email@example.com.
Sherrye Glaser, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Biological Sciences