Getting Your Students to Read: 321 Purposeful Reading assignment.
Research (Roberts and Roberts, 2008) and experience tell us that supporting students’ reading, writing, and reflective practices is one of the most challenging aspects of learning and teaching. Learn how Dr. Oden utilizes a simple but influential tool for learning that has increased engagement and participation among her students.
Questions we asked Dr. Oden:
- Who are you and what do you teach and do UNTHSC
- What is the 321 Purposeful reading assignment?
- How do you use this assignment in your course(s)?
- What are the results?
- What else do you want us to know about the assignment?
References and Resources
- Dr. Oden’s 321 Purposeful Reading Report document
- The Little Assignment with the big impact http://www.facultyfocus.com/articles/instructional-design/the-little-assignment-with-the-big-impact-reading-writing-critical-reflection-and-meaningful-discussion/
- Getting Students to read https://www.canadacollege.edu/inside/CIETL/getting_students_to_read.pdf
- Developing Metacognitive Reading Strategies with College Students http://scholarworks.gvsu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1233&context=lajm