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“Techniques for Promoting Active Student Engagement in the Classroom”

Starts: 5:00 pm on Thursday, October 31, 2013
Ends: 6:00 pm on Thursday, October 31, 2013
Location: Pi Lambda Theta Room (250). Boston University School of Education 2 Silber Way

Featuring Dr. Tatiana Kholostova, Baltic State Technical University, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation Professor Kholostova has developed a universal approach to students that allows her to define their role as participants in the educational process and to establish the best ways of encouraging their interaction. She was born in Leningrad, where she received a degree in teaching physics in English. Expanding the range of her interests, she has also studied philosophy, psychology, sociology with the faculty of St. Petersburg University, refining her knowledge and practical experience in St. Petersburg, Murmansk, and Arkhangelsk.

Undergraduate Students

Undergraduate students at the School of Education benefit from the community feel of a small school along with the resources of a large university. Our students are in the field in both urban and suburban schools as early as their first year at SED.

Graduate Students

Talented graduate students from around the world prepare to become teachers, counselors, administrators, and more in as little as one year at the School of Education. Our students engage in diverse aspects of education both in the classroom and the field.