Upcoming Events: Pedagogy & Practice Workshops

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Blackboard Collaborate Ultra (Online)

Release conditions and intelligent agents are tools in eLC that you can implement to customize the student experience in your course. Configuring these features allows you to guide student movement through the content and manage access for students. In this hands-on workshop, participants will learn how to create release conditions and intelligent agents. Details

Event Type: eLC Workshops, New Faculty Workshops, Pedagogy & Practice Workshops, TA Services and Programs

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MLC 348

What would higher education look like if we were designing it now? In today’s learning ecosystem, we’re facing new cognitive models, the expanding population of students, the global digital community, and many more challenges. Randy Bass will examine the new undergraduate teaching and learning ecosystem, where we enjoy an unprecedented opportunity to design course-based learning environments that address the whole person, bridge liberal and professional education, and help students to become agents of positive change. Details

Event Type: New Faculty Workshops, Pedagogy & Practice Workshops, SoTL Workshops, Speaker Series, Special Events, Student Learning Outcomes Assessment, TA Services and Programs

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MLC Reading Room

In this workshop, Dr. Bass explores how faculty can employ the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) to focus classroom inquiry within their specific cultural, social, and educational context. SoTL practices, even when narrowly focused within particular disciplines such as STEM fields or the humanities, can illuminate crucial questions across multiple fields of inquiry. By engaging in SoTL, we may be able to surface the commonalities we all share as we prepare students for a world of complex challenges and continuous change. Details

Event Type: New Faculty Workshops, Pedagogy & Practice Workshops, SoTL Workshops, Speaker Series, Special Events, Student Learning Outcomes Assessment, TA Services and Programs

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CTL MALL

Are you concerned that your students don’t know how to determine if information is credible? It’s a rich and challenging information world with quality information beyond just what is peer-reviewed. How do you equip students to think critically about the information that they find? Drawing from media literacy and information literacy, this workshop will provide ideas for faculty for in-class learning activities and out-of-class assignments that engage students in critically thinking about information. Details

Event Type: New Faculty Workshops, Pedagogy & Practice Workshops, TA Services and Programs