Progressive Pedagogy: Evoking Change through Student Feedback

Faculty engaged with students in classroom

Motivational Interviewing (MI) is an effective communication technique to help students evaluate their own behaviors and strengthen their motivation for and commitment to change.

Join Brenda Young, health educator on alcohol and other drugs from ASU Health Services' Wellness department, in this discussion about how MI strategies can be applied when giving assignment feedback (especially journals) and in one-on-one discussions with students. Some working knowledge of MI techniques and the stages of change are recommended to gain optimal value from this workshop (e.g. watch “Evoke Change with Motivational Interviewing” from the Fall 2018 Progressive Pedagogy Workshop Series). 

This session can be attended virtually via Vidyo linkup at the ASU Downtown Phoenix campus in room 317 of the University Center building (UCENT), or remotely via Vidyo link on your computing device.

Email SuccessCourses@asu.edu with questions or for Vidyo access.

 

Department: 
ASU Success Courses, University College
Contact: 
Corinne Corte, director
Phone: 
480-965-2994
Feb 27 2019 - 1:45pm
Location: 
Computing Commons, room 120
Campus: 
Tempe campus
Price: 
Free