WKU Professors Present Workshop at National Social Work Conference
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WKU Social Work professors Dr. Jay Gabbard and Dr. Patricia Desrosiers represented WKU at the annual National Teaching Professor conference held in Washington, D.C., June 1-3. The conference brings together hundreds of faculty members nationwide to explore the newest ideas in teaching and learning. They presented a workshop titled “Ten Effective Pedagogical Strategies for Engaging Students in Online Learning” that was attended by 70 professors from around the United States.
Dr. Patricia Desrosiers and Dr. Jay Gabbard
Contact: Jay Gabbard, (270) 745-8749.
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