Dr. Kathryn Wiezbicki-Stevens presents at conference
It is well-known New England colleges continue to develop various programs and practices to help students succeed in higher education. Bay Path College Psychology Department Chair Kathryn Wiezbicki-Stevens, EdD, was among the featured guests sharing their expertise on student success programs at the University of Massachusetts Amherst’s First Annual New England Conference for Student Success.
Dr. Wiezbicki-Stevens served on the *Bright Ideas* panel session, which brings together presenters from a variety of campuses to discuss their strategies on a specific topic. Wiezbicki-Stevens joined University of Connecticut’s Associate Vice Provost and Professor of Computer Science Keith Barker and Department of Human Development and Family Studies Assistant Professor Laura Donorfio for the Faculty Pedagogy panel. Wiezbicki-Stevens presented Developing Metacognitive Literacy, in which she discussed the need to provide increased opportunities for metacognitive reflection that leads to further development and improved awareness of the learner’s own learning process.
Click here, for more information on Dr. Wiezbicki-Stevens. To learn more about the First Annual New England Conference for Student Success, visit http://www.umass.edu/sbs/news_events/news_stories/student_success_conference.htm.