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Title: Arrival Activities : Increasing Student Connection and Engagement at the Start of Classes
Authors: Rawle, Fiona
Liu, Shirley
Crupi, Laura
King, Eliza
MacAulay, Alison
Cowan, Mairi
Guadagnolo, Dan
Umetsubo, Yayo
Gillis, Daniel
Ashbourne, Dianne
Campbell, Nicole
Smith, Alex
Laliberté, Nicole
Jacobs, Shoshanah
Kelly, Tamara
Jahnke, Jennifer
Fisher, Lianne
Chumbley, Lillian
Metaxas, Christian
Ali, Habon
Bakaj, Angela
Eastman, Abigail
Glod, Tomasz
Ibrahim, Nada
Kehoe, Joanne
Ward, Meghan
Keywords: student engagement
Issue Date: 11-Mar-2022
Publisher: University of Toronto Mississauga and the Arrival Activities Team
Abstract: Arrival activities are short low-stakes activities that students can do right when they join lectures. They are designed to foster community, develop connections, gather feedback, and enhance student engagement during the opening moments of class. For example, they can invite students to engage with the course; act as wellness check-ins; gather feedback from students; acclimatize students to what participation and engagement might look like in a digital learning environment; and provide opportunities for connection and perspective-taking. This resource includes an overview of arrival activities and has an associated PowerPoint slide deck that you can use and modify for your own teaching practice.
Other Identifiers: 22b7aa7c-f2c9-414d-b057-51d984a8130b
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