Center for Teaching and Learning

Spring 2017 Events

 

For a full description of all events including times and locations, please visit the Center for Teaching and Learnng Website.

 

Faculty Seminars on Teaching and Learning

Classroom Assessment Techniques (Sep. 26, 2pm)

Navigating the Stages in Developing Competency: Exploring Implications of Expert Blind Spot (Nov. 14, 2pm)

 

Topic-Based Learning Communities

Creating Significant Learning Experiences:  An Integrated Approach to Designing College Courses, by Dee Fink (Start mid-September)

 

eTeaching Workshops

Making Your Course Materials Accessible to Students with Disabilities Using Universal Design (Aug. 3 or Sep. 8 or Oct. 16, 12:00pm)

Collaborative Work Online (Oct. 4, 12:00pm)

Teaching in a Culturally Inclusive Classroom (Nov. 7, 12:00pm)

 

D2L Learning

D2L Gradebook (Aug. 29, 1:00pm or Sep. 7, 10:00am)

Using Discussions in D2L (Sep. 14, 1:00pm)

D2L Quizzes (Sep. 15, 9:00am)

Using the Rubric Tool & D2L Dropbox (Oct. 2, 2:00am)

 

Courses for Faculty

How Learning Works Course (Sep. 11 to Dec. 3)

Experiential Learning Faculty Development Seminar (See CTL Website)

This seminar will be especially beneficial for faculty preparing courses as part of the new Engaging Social Systems requirement with the new core curriculum. Participants will be required to participate in six workshops, which includes two foundational course design workshops and a choice of varied curriculum-related workshops offered throughout the year.