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Global Student Success Program Spring Lecture Series April 5

April 03, 2018

The Global Student Success Program is hosting a lecture series this spring. The first presentation is 1-2 p.m. Thursday, April 5, in TLC 145. In his lecture, "Strategies for Giving Effective Feedback to International Students", Chad Eller, M.Ed., will discuss a few principles that can help instructors give written feedback on student work both engaging and manageable. He will also share some teaching methods that can lessen the risk of damaging students' motivation, or overwhelming them, while still giving enough information to help them improve their writing skills.

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