Keep your cool at the 2016 Summer Series on Teaching and Learning, where we’ll explore the principles and practices of effective pedagogy. We welcome you to register for one or all of the following workshops. We also hope you'll join us at our free, celebratory barbecue, Thursday, August 18 at 12:00pm!
Tuesday, August 16, 2016
Begin at the Beginning: Designing Effective Courses
See the Universe Through the Eyes of Another: Culturally Aware Assessment
Experiential Learning: Nothing Ever Becomes Real 'til it is Experienced
Led by Professors Marty Gervais and Roger Bryan, participants will see how the creative process melds with business to yield a finished product that is marketed and sold to the general public. Facilitators will explore how the collaboration between the two faculties began, the trials and joys they have experienced along the way, and ideas on how to enhance experiential learning opportunities in your own departments.
Wednesday, August 17, 2016
Assessing Student Learning: The End Precedes the Beginning
Where Angels Fear to Tread: eAssessment
Engaging Students and Learning to Engage
Thursday, August 18, 2016
Soup to Nuts: Supporting the Development of Student Core Skills
Facilitators will share best practices, resources, and ideas for supporting students in the development of these core skills. Participants will leave with practical strategies that they can implement in their classrooms.