Finding Focus: Reclaiming Your Writing in Age of Distractions
presented by James Lang
Monday, June 7, 2021
In an age of infinite distractions, and in the face of endless demands on our time, how can we reclaim or discover the time and energy for our research and writing? In this interactive session, Lang will invite participants to consider three features of the writing process that can support or hinder our writing: the emotions that writing inspires in us, the habits that we build around our writing, and the social supports that we need for productive writing. For more information, visit the CTLE events page.
Brave Space Coffee Hour
Tuesdays, 10-11 a.m.
Fridays, 3-4 p.m.
June 4, 2021, we will host the last Brave Space Coffee Hour for the semester.
You are invited to attend Brave Space Coffee Hour this Spring. In these Zoom-based sessions you can practice discussion facilitation techniques to use in your courses and explore research-based strategies for co-creating knowledge in inclusive classrooms. Please bring your thoughts and a cup of your favorite tea or coffee. To learn more, visit the CTLE events page.
Log into your SU Zoom account and click this link to join us at any time during the hour.
Topic for Tuesday, May 11 and Friday, May 14: Reflective Teaching
This week, practice a dialogue tool that you can share with your students.
Please refer to the webpage, “End-of-the-Semester Reflection from the Teachers Point of View” to inspire the discussion.
Although this is the topic for the session, Brave Space Coffee Hour discussions tend to be wide-ranging.
Did you miss our session on Learning and Relationships in (and Beyond) Our Courses with Peter Felten? View the recording of the session.