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Shannon Kealey

Science Librarian and Scholarly Communication Coordinator
Shannon Kealey
Shannon Kealey
I believe that:
-learning happens when students integrate new information, ideas, and methods of thinking and behaving into their unique experience and knowledge base
-creating effective active learning experiences should be guided by empathy for students, and grounded in experience and pedagogical knowledge
-assessment of student achievement of learning outcomes should inform iterations on the design of lesson plans, assignments, and assessments

When I develop exercises for information literacy instruction sessions, I prioritize the student experience to maximize learning opportunities, and to create connections with students. I build assessment tools into every session so I can iterate on the exercises I’ve developed in order to make them more engaging and effective.

My Top 5 Strengths (StrengthsFinder 2.0): Ideation, Strategic, Activator, Futuristic, Input