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GTC – SoTL Journal Club #19 (TLJC)

This journal club counts towards the University Teaching Foundations program under the category of SoTL Journal Club (TLJC).   Join us for our online Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) journal clubs, where we discuss a recent teaching publication. If you missed previous meetings, do not worry! We will send an email with the paper in advance and it will also be posted on the EventBrite page once available. Please read the paper and bring any questions, comments or critiques with you.  Intended Learning Outcomes 

The Spark of Learning – Book Club (1)

Join Educational Developers from the Office of Teaching and Learning for a Virtual Book Club discussing The Spark of Learning: Energizing the College Classroom with the Science of Emotion (Cavanagh, S., 2016). The Spark of Learning considers the emotional impact of teaching style and course design using a wide range of evidence from the study of education, psychology, and neuroscience, and provides practical examples of successful classroom activities from a variety of disciplines in secondary and higher education. 

Foundations – Active Learning (ACTL)

This workshop counts towards the University Teaching Foundations program under the category of Active Classroom Teaching and Learning (ACTL).  This workshop will demonstrate several different teaching strategies and techniques that you can adapt and use in your classrooms. By combining the expertise of many instructors in the design of this workshop, participants can look forward to filling their teaching toolkits!  Intended Learning Outcomes  By the end of this workshop, successful participants should be able to: 

Small Teaching Online - Book Club (4)

Join Educational Developers from the Office of Teaching and Learning for a Virtual Book Club discussing Small Teaching Online (Darby & Lang, 2019). Small Teaching Online offers concrete, evidence-informed strategies that instructors can implement in their classroom to improve student learning. At each meeting, book club members will take part in a facilitated discussion of two chapters of Small Teaching Online and discuss approaches they might consider or share experiences from their own classes.

GTC - SoTL Journal Club # 18 (TLJC)

Join us for our online Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) journal clubs, where we discuss a recent teaching publication. If you missed previous meetings, do not worry! We will send an email with the paper in advance and it will also be posted on the EventBrite page once available. Please read the paper and bring any questions, comments or critiques with you.

CRDI: Adapting your Teaching and Learning Activities

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This institute will offer support and resources to guide you through exploring instructional strategies and learning activities in light of their potential for helping your students meet your course learning outcomes and succeed on course assessments. We will discuss effective strategies for sharing content, implementing both independent and collaborative active learning strategies, and planning the structure of your course.

CRDI: Adapting your Assessments

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Part of the transition to remote teaching is altering our assessments so that they continue to align with our learning outcomes, while also providing effective means for students to demonstrate their learning in a remote environment. This institute will guide you through the decision making process and provide you with key questions and guidelines to help you embed assessment strategies that promote learning into your remote courses. During this institute, you will: 

Small Teaching Online - Book Club (3)

Join Educational Developers from the Office of Teaching and Learning for a Virtual Book Club discussing Small Teaching Online (Darby & Lang, 2019). Small Teaching Online offers concrete, evidence-informed strategies that instructors can implement in their classroom to improve student learning. At each meeting, book club members will take part in a facilitated discussion of two chapters of Small Teaching Online and discuss approaches they might consider or share experiences from their own classes.

Practical SoTL: Engaging in research to improve our courses, invite collaborations, and share ideas

Practical SoTL: Engaging in research to improve our courses, invite collaborations, and share ideas Sara M. Fulmer, PhD, Educational Developer, Office of Teaching and Learning, @sara_fulmer The COESP Steering Committee will be hosting Sara Fulmer to discuss her recent SoTL (Scholarship of Teaching and Learning) publications in the Biological Sciences. 

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