Fall 2013

 

Symposia    
August    
13 "What Do You Want Them to Learn Today? Learning Goals and Formative Assessment"

Kathy Perkins, Associate Director, Science Education Initiative

Stephanie Chasteen, Science Teaching Fellow, Physics

14 "Are Clickers Right for You? An Introductory Workshop" Stephanie Chasteen, Science Teaching Fellow, Physics
14 "Effective Use of Clickers in the Classroom" Stephanie Chasteen, Science Teaching Fellow, Physics
15 "Writing Great Clicker Questions" Stephanie Chasteen, Science Teaching Fellow, Physics
21 "No Deer in the Headlights or Prosy Bores: Teach an Effective and Fun First Day" Elspeth Dusinberre, Associate Chair for Undergraduate Studies, Associate Professor of Classics
October    
2

"Leading Class Discussions: Increasing Student Engagement"

Mary Klages, Associate Professor of English
8 "Designing and Grading Assessments and Exams" John Falconer, President’s Teaching Scholar and Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering
17 "Managing Conflict and Controversy in the Classroom" Amy Wilkins, Associate Professor of Sociology
23 "In Pursuit of Teaching-Research Synergy" Jennifer Bair, Associate Professor of Sociology
30 "Teaching Large Classes"

Phoebe Young, Associate Professor of History

Noah Finkelstein, Professor of Physics

November    
7

"Work-Life Balance: Managing Your Job and Life Whether Single or Partnered"

Fernando Riosmena, Assistant Professor of Geography, Institute of Behavioral Science
13 "What Do You Want Them to Learn Today? Learning Goals and Formative Assessment"

Kathy Perkins, Associate Director, Science Education Initiative

Stephanie Chasteen, Science Teaching Fellow, Physics

15 "Planning for Spring: Designing Courses and Syllabi" Jennifer Fitzgerald, Associate Professor of Political Science
     
Technology Enhanced Learning  
August    
16 "Setting up Clickers for Your Course"

Viktoriya Oliynyk, Academic Technology Consultant, OIT

September    
12 "Student Learning in a MOOC Environment (I)" -- Rescheduled for Dec. 4

Michael Dubson, Physics

Robert Erickson, Electrical, Computer, and Energy Engineering

Wiliam Kuskin, English

Sriram Sankaranarayanan, Computer Science

October    
2 "Strategies for Sparking Debates and Problem-Solving in Online Discussion Forums"

Laura Winkiel, Professor of English

     
16 "Going Google" Bradley Grabham, Academic Technology Consultant, Office of Information Technology
December    
4 "Student Learning in a MOOC Environment (II)"

Michael Dubson, Physics

Robert Erickson, Electrical, Computer, and Energy Engineering

Wiliam Kuskin, English

Sriram Sankaranarayanan, Computer Science

     
Short Courses  
September    
5, 12 & 19 "Well Argued? Well Written! A Writing Workshop (I)" FULL Elissa Guralnick, Professor of English, College of Music
18 & 25 "Teaching in a Nutshell: Strategies to Enhance Student Learning (I)" M. Lee Potts, Professor Emerita, Theater & Dance
25, October 2 & 9 "Well Argued? Well Written! A Writing Workshop (II)" - FULL Elissa Guralnick, Professor of English, College of Music
October    
17, 24 "Teaching in a Nutshell: Strategies to Enhance Student Learning (II)" M. Lee Potts, Professor Emerita, Theater & Dance
25, November 1 "Teaching in a Nutshell: Strategies to Enhance Student Learning (III)" M. Lee Potts, Professor Emerita, Theater & Dance
November    
5, 12, 19 "Well Argued? Well Written! A Writing Workshop (III)" - FULL

Elissa Guralnick, Professor of English, College of Music

**THIS EVENT WILL TAKE PLACE IN ATLAS 336**

 

 

 

 


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