Rooted in Ignatian pedagogy and the scholarship of teaching and learning, we advocate innovative teaching and the use of student-centered technology while partnering with faculty as they prepare Marquette students to be agents of change for a global community.
Join us for the kickoff of a faculty book club series focusing on a wide range of experiences and identities using current literature. This will hopefully lead to other recommendations and other diverse voices into the future. Follow header link to see full list of books.
Purpose: Allow opportunities to meet other Marquette faculty and others who instruct students, read recent literature with cultural meaning, and build community membership across campus.
Meetings will be held Fridays from Noon-1:15.
Lunch will be served. Register today.
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Tuesday, January 7, 2020
MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY FACULTY SYMPOSIUM
Clearing the way to the Margins: Transparent Design and Assessment
Registration now open
The Center for Teaching & Learning and the Committee on Teaching invite faculty to join us for the 2020 Faculty Symposium on Tuesday, January 7, 2020 at Sensenbrenner Hall.
As faculty work to foster inclusive teaching across campus, it is important to include assignment design, assessment, and grading practices as part of that work. To lead change in this area, faculty may need support in accessing frameworks, resources, and strategies that can help them situate grading and assessment in larger conversations about diversity and inclusion. This symposium will engage faculty in conversations and activities designed to foreground questions of diversity and inclusion in considerations of course design, assessment, and grading practices. Register here.
Faculty Fellows in Support of Faculty Devolpment
The CTL will offer this 2019-2020 academic year one-on-one or group consultations with your fellow faculty that focus on teaching-related needs you may have. We will offer walk-in office hours at the CTL for quick questions you may have about your teaching practice. Consultations, either in-person or by appointment.
Please contact the CTL to make an appointment. We will do our best to match you with a faculty fellow that has expertise in your area of need. Learn more about our 2019-2020 Fellows ...