Panel: Personalized Learning in a Diverse Classroom

Speakers: Shaun Dakin (George Mason University, Marketing), Miguel Delgado Helleseter (California State University, Channel Islands, Economics), James Ross (East Los Angeles College, Chemistry), Andrew Wegmann (Delta State University, History)

Filmed in Chicago at Engage 2017, this panel of professors discussed techniques they’ve used to reach every type of student in today’s increasingly diverse classroom.

The days of the “one-size-fits-all” approach to post-secondary teaching are long gone. Faced with an increasingly diverse student body—with a multitude of cultural backgrounds, age differences and levels of educational preparedness—the challenge for educators to make meaningful connections is very real. In this session, we’ll discuss how to create a personalized learning environment that actually delivers an equitable and impactful learning experience for the modern student.

“For 91% of my students, their parents didn’t go to college. In some cases, their parents didn’t go to high school.” — Andrew Wegmann

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