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From left to right) Quentin Davis, PhD; Hannah Bennett, PhD; Andrew Goss, PhD; Ruth McClelland-Nugent, PhD

Watch: Elevate your teaching with high-impact practices and ‘Reacting to the Past’

Uncover the elements of high-impact practices and immerse yourself in the captivating world of “Reacting to the Past” in this special episode of Speaking of Higher Ed: Summer Shorts.

Looking to keep students engaged and motivated in higher education? Quentin Davis, PhD, the director of CURS at Augusta University, and Hannah Bennett, PhD, program director for the Department of Kinesiology in the College of Education and Human Development, share insights on high-impact practices that go beyond traditional teaching methods.

Discover how interactive learning experiences can make a real-world impact on students and faculty alike.

We also step into history with “Reacting to the Past,” an innovative teaching method that uses immersive role-playing games to teach complex issues.

Join Andrew Goss, PhD, professor of history, and Ruth McClelland-Nugent, PhD, chair for the Department of History, Anthropology, & Philosophy, as they discuss the benefits, challenges and implementation of “Reacting to the Past” in higher education.

Get ready to revolutionize your teaching approach and inspire lifelong learners!

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Listen now on all major platforms, and find the resources mentioned in this episode on the show page.

Speaking of Higher Ed is produced by the Center for Instructional Innovation at Augusta University.

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