Li-Fang Zhang: Advice for Becoming a Productive Scholar, November 19, 2010
11 Nov 2010
Intellectual styles in education: Recommendations for learning and instruction
Li-Fang Zhang will speak on the topic of intellectual styles in education November 17, 2010 in Jorgensen 110 on city campus. Zhang's presentation will consider the prudence of adapting instruction to students' varying intellectual styles.
Zhang is Associate Dean and Associate Professor of Education at the University of Hong Kong, and is recognized as an authority on intellectual styles.
Zhang has two additional presentations scheduled while she visits UNL. All faculty, staff, and students are invited to attend these sessions.
November 16, 11:30am-1:00pm in the Buros Library: "The Nature of Intellectual Styles: Research Challenges, Milestones and Agenda"
November 19, 3:30pm-4:30pm in 112 Teachers College Hall: "Advice for Becoming a Productive Scholar: Research Evidence and My Own Two Cents"
All faculty, staff & students are invited to attend these sessions.
College of Education and Human Sciences