SusTech Talk July 2024 – Student Engaged Learning Model

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SusTech Talk July 2024 – Student Engaged Learning Model
SusTech 2025 is hosting talks on Sustainability topics leading up to the Conference April 23-25.
“Sustainable Mountain Development on the Campus: The Synergy of the Student Engaged Learning Model in the Context of Applying AI and High Technologies to Higher Education”
with Baktybek Abdrisaev and Tyler Jaynes, Utah Valley University, USA
Date/Time: July 16, 2034, 6 – 7 pm PDT (7 – 8 pm MDT)
Among the many challenges impacting higher education today, the ability to blend the ever-present changes in AI (artificial intelligence) and other high technologies with coursework stands out as a critical aspect of a well-rounded academic program. Particularly with respect to engaging college-level students in activities promoting the U.N’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and their numerous targets, there is a growing need to establish an effective learning model that can encourage individual technological literacy while also showing how students can apply their field of study to sustainable community development. This talk will focus on how the Student Engaged Learning (SEL) model (as employed by Utah Valley University) can be an effective tool to raise individual awareness of sustainable community development, promote digital literacy and critical thinking, and prepare students for changes in labor market demands. By exploring how a focus on Sustainable Mountain Development (SMD) through the SEL model has resulted in positive student outcomes, we display how other sustainable community emphases can result in equivalent results.
Speaker(s): Baktybek Abdrisaev, Tyler Jaynes
6;00 pm Introduction
7:00 pm end

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