"Warm Up, Wake Up, Wrap Up"
Friday, November 13, 2015, 2-4:30 pm
School of Education Auditorium
Do you use quick, exciting, interactive activities designed to get students to mingle with their peers, change partners, and talk to new people? We welcome teaching ideas that seek to "mix it up": tricks and tips that keep classroom energy high and encourage students to get out of their seats and talk to others! These five minute activities designed for a cognititive shift (change of pace) might be ice-breakers, warm-ups, bridges, time-fillers, quick games, or closing activities. Warm up, wake up, wrap up -- we welcome it all!
Thank you to our sponsors!
Our 2015 sponsors
"A Great Cultural Mix: Planning Your Activity Around Target & Classroom Culture"
Director, IU Summer Language Workshop &
Lecturer, Department of Slavic & East European Languages and Cultures | @firstname.lastname@example.org
Ariann Stern-Gottschalk is a lecturer in the IU Department of Slavic and East European Languages and Cultures and Director of the Summer Language Workshop. Some of her current work focuses on developing profession development opportunities for graduate students; improving pedagogy through peer evaluation and a variety of course and classroom assessments; teaching reading; and integrating information literacy in the undergraduate curriculum.
AI, East Asian Languages & Cultures | email@example.com
"Alternating Freeze Frames"
Faculty, Germanic Studies | firstname.lastname@example.org
"Ask Me About Me"
AI, Central Eurasian Studies | email@example.com
AI, Second Language Studies | firstname.lastname@example.org
"Pairing Up: How to Choose New Partners Every Time"
AI, French & Italian | email@example.com
"Ask, Ask, Echange"
AI, Spanish & Portuguese | firstname.lastname@example.org
"Attention! You Are Under Arrest"
AI, Slavic & East European | email@example.com
Graduate Student, Germanic Studies | firstname.lastname@example.org
"Would You Rather"
AI, Spanish & Portuguese | email@example.com
"Flew, Flew, Crow Flew"
FLTA, AI, Central Eurasian Studies | firstname.lastname@example.org