Interested in incorporating Service Learning and Community Engagement (SL/CE) into your courses? Join us on April 1, 2022, from 12pm to 3pm in CLC 309 or in Collaborate to hear how your colleagues have integrated SL/CE into their courses. Lunch provided! SLCE-Showcase-FlyerDownload
Ready to jumpstart your publications and research in ways that take advantage of the strategies and adjustments you made throughout the COVID pandemic? Join us from 1:30pm to 3:30pm on April 12, 2022, in the URC Great Room for an interactive workshop to help you get started publishing the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. Junior … Continue reading Publishing in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Panel and Workshop
Social and emotional learning (SEL) has gotten a lot of attention in education...especially since March 2020. But how can you implement SEL in your classroom in a way that fits the content and your teaching style? Join us on March 22 from 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm in Collaborate to learn how!
Part III of III of the IP series! We all know that creating a community and a sense of belonging in (and out) of the classroom has an impact on student success and retention. But how do we do it in a way that is authentic and allows students to feel supported and seen? Join … Continue reading Inclusive Pedagogy: Just Representation
Image from www.epictop10.com By Jennifer Bland College graduates become community leaders and leaders in their professions. They take on roles where they make independent decisions and create new solutions. They transform coursework and textbook knowledge into lifelong dreams. Active learning strategies can be an important way to give students practice with the professional roles they'll take … Continue reading Active Learning and Career Competencies
Want to give someone a shout-out? Email firstname.lastname@example.org! While it made sense to couple a course redesign with the adoption and creation of free, Open Educational Resource (OER) materials, it resulted in Shannon Polchow, Professor of Spanish, having a very busy Summer 2021. Through her work in the Engaged Pedagogy & Hybrid Course Institute with … Continue reading Feburary Faculty Spotlight