Archived Events

November 14, 2019
Diversity and Inclusion Workshop Series
When teaching and learning move online, having meaningful class conversations can become more challenging - particularly when students are asked to share their ideas, opinions, or disagreements.... read more
November 06, 2019
Workshop
The best way to design a course is to do it backwards, as odd as that sounds. Join us for a hands-on workshop to help you create meaningful, measurable learning outcomes that define your course and... read more
November 01, 2019
Faculty Portfolio Workshop
Portfolio Palooza is a free event for instructors who want a dedicated time and space to work on their teaching portfolios. Portfolio Palooza is designed for graduate students, post-docs, ... read more
October 30, 2019
Workshop
This workshop is a continuation of the September 26 workshop, Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and Accessibility: Promoting Success for All Students. During this session, we will briefly review... read more
October 29, 2019
Workshop
Are you teaching an online or blended course in the Winter 2020 or Spring 2020 semester? Join this Design Sprint Faculty Learning Community and we’ll help you: Clarify your course goals... read more
October 25, 2019
Observation
Instructor: Mira Azarm & Brooke Smith What you'll see: Stoke Activity Coaching Pair & Share Scenarios
October 25, 2019
Observation
Instructor: Sabrina Kramer What you'll see: Friday are our activity days. We spend most to all of the time doing problem sets together (may or may not include clickers... read more
October 24, 2019
Observation
Instructor: Melissa Hayes-Gehrke What you'll see: Students will use Nearpod for class slides and polling. They will use online tools to explore different types of period-... read more
October 24, 2019
Observation
Instructor: Marcia Shofner What you'll see: AMP/ ULAs will be leading class in an activity on Human Evolution involving skulls and measurements. Class will be in their... read more
October 24, 2019
Workshop
We can all agree that engaging our students as active participants in their own learning is a good thing, but figuring out how to do that can be daunting (especially in large courses). This won’t be... read more

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