Events

 

Weekly Zoom Series with the Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence and Information Technology Services

UPDATE: The Teaching and Technology Tuesday format has been updated for the remainder of the semester. Beginning Tuesday, October 6, the TTT will provide one virtual resource a week for two consecutive weeks followed by a live Zoom session for one week, with that pattern repeating per the schedule below. Live Zoom sessions will run from noon to 1:00 p.m. If you haven’t already participated, please register online. Registrants will receive an email containing a link that will be used to host the sessions in Zoom. The same link will provide access to all of the weekly sessions.

This week:

October 27, 2020 – Teaching and Technology Tips for Spring 2021 Teaching
Best practices and new technology techniques to enhance your Spring 2021 course and your teaching.

Upcoming sessions:

Previous sessions:


DEIA Workshop Series

This series of workshops designed for faculty will heighten awareness of and provide worthwhile practice with issues of diversity, equity, inclusion, and access as they relate to the college classroom. Faculty who complete the five experiences will earn certificates of completion.

Identifying and Reducing Implicit Bias in Pedagogical Decision-Making

This workshop affords participants a chance to explore some common types of implicit bias as they relate to education and fosters opportunities to think through ways to reduce these types of bias in higher education courses. Please register online to participate.

Available online via BlackBoard

Establishing Civility and Positive Climate in Your Teaching Environment

This workshop affords participants a chance to explore strategies for fostering civil behavior and positive climate in their courses. Please register online to participate.

Available online via BlackBoard

Problematizing Identity and Intersectionality on the College Campus

Explore the topics of identity and intersectionality as they relate to college teaching and learning. Please register online to attend.

Available online via BlackBoard

Transparent Teaching: An Evidence-Based Inclusive Practice

Evidence shows that making assignments transparent can positively impact students’ course performance and remove barriers to student success. Transparent teaching practices help to make classrooms inclusive and to create equitable learning experiences. Please register online to participate.

Available online via BlackBoard

Navigating Challenges of Diversity in the Classroom

Work through reality-based classroom scenarios dealing with issues of diversity and inclusion using a framework designed to build equity literacy. Please register online to participate.

Available online via BlackBoard


Focus on Teaching and Learning: Lunch and Learn Series

This series is a collaborative effort with Institutional Effectiveness and Assessment and aims to build your skills and knowledge while engaging in conversation and discussion with colleagues during a lunch and learn format. Connect your work with the workshop topic and leave with concrete ideas for incorporating it into your classroom experience.

There are no more sessions scheduled for fall 2020. Information on spring 2021 sessions coming soon.


Small Teaching Workshop

At this workshop, learn small, powerful, concrete, positive, research-based changes to course design and teaching practices that can be implemented in classes right away. Based on the work of James M. Lang.

March 18 – Postponed
9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
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