Scaffolding: Too Much, Too Little, or Just Enough?
Do you remember the story of Goldilocks? One bowl of porridge was too hot, one too cold, and one just right? Join us for a discussion of scaffolding – too much scaffolding can restrict student creativity and hinder self-regulation but too little scaffolding can lead to student confusion and failure. What is the right amount? How does this vary between introductory and advanced courses? Do graduate level courses need scaffolding?
Workshop presented by Robin Morgan (Director, Institute for Learning and Teaching Excellence; Professor of Psychology, School of Social Sciences) on November 3, 2021.
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