Fall 2014 Semester

 

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

Stephanie Chasteen, Associate Director,

Science Education Initiative

12

"Effective Use of Clickers for Student Engagement and Learning"

Stephanie Chasteen, Associate Director,

Science Education Initiative

13 "Writing Great Clicker Questions"

Stephanie Chasteen, Associate Director, Science Education Initiative

September    
5 "The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning"

Steve Pollock, Professor of Physics

 

8 "Leading Class Discussions: Increasing Student Engagement"

Mary Klages, Associate Professor of English

18 "Designing and Grading Assessments and Exams" John Falconer, Professor of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering
26 "Managing Challenging Opinions" Anna Spain, Professor of Law
October    
7 "Planning for Spring: Designing Courses and Syllabi"

Jennifer Fitzgerald, Professor of Political Science

 

8 "Teaching Large Classes" Phoebe Young, Associate Professor of History, and Noah Finkelstein, Professor of Physics
14 "Midsemester Clickers Intensive: Questions, challenges, and Going Deeper"

Stephanie Chasteen, Associate Director, Science Education Initiative

November    
4 "Building (And Accidentally Spoiling) Relationships With Students That Foster Learning Penina Axelrad, Professor of Aerospace Engineering
     

Spring 2015 Semester

 

Symposia    
January    
21 "Looking Forward to Tenure and Promotion"

Jeff Cox, Associate Vice Chancellor for Faculty Affairs,

Chair of the Vice Chancellor’s Advisory Committee (VCAC).

27

"Mental Health and Student Well-being: What Every Faculty Member Should Know"

 

Frank Kim, Interim Director of Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

February    
6 "Quick Ways to Assess Student Learning"

Stefanie Mollborn, Associate Professor of Sociology

and Institute of Behavioral Science

10 "Managing Your Career"

Darna Dufour, Professor of Anthropology, Associate Dean

Michael Lightner, Professor and Chair of Electrical,

Computer, and Energy Engineering

17 "The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

Steve Pollock, Professor of Physics

24 "Leading Class Discussions: Increasing Student Engagement" Mary Klages, Associate Professor of English
March    
3 "Collaborating with Google Hangouts" Cory Pavicich, Academic Technology Consultant
19 "Understanding your FCQ Course Evaluation Data"

Meg Rowland, FCQ Coordinator, Department of Planning,

Budget, and Analysis

April    
6 "Preparing A Teaching Portfolio for Review and Tenure" Beth Dusinberre, Professor of Classics
Short Courses  
 

Well Argued? Well Written!

Fall Sessions (3)

Elissa Guralnick, Professor of English
 

Teaching in a Nutshell

Fall Sessions (3)

 

Lee Potts, Professor of Theatre and Dance
 

Teaching in a Nutshell

Fall Session (1)

 

Cindy White, Department of Communication
 

Creating a Dynamic Vocal/Visual Presence on Camera: Teaching MOOCs, Other Online Classes, and Hybrids

Fall Session (1)

Lee Potts, Professor of Theatre and Dance
 

Teaching in a Nutshell

Spring Sessions (3)

 

Lee Potts, Professor of Theatre and Dance
 

Well Argued Well Written

&

Teaching in a Nutshell

Spring Sessions (TBA)

Elissa Guralnick, Professor of English

Cindy White, Department of Communication

 


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