This workshop will share strategies and techniques for creating engaging learning activities and helping students overcome bottlenecks to understanding. The workshop will include examples of tools and resources to foster active learning.
HFSC: Social Room
Join us for our first book discussion of What the Best College Teachers Do on 10/13 from 10-11 AM in New North 311. In this session we will discuss chapters 3 and 4. Please note: anyone is welcome to join us for any of our four meetings, but in order to receive credit for an elective in the AT Program, you need to attend three of the four sessions. A copy of the book can be checked out from the CNDLS suite in Car Barn 314.
New North 311
This workshop explains and demonstrates how to document and reflect on the knowledge and skills gained from your teaching experience through developing a professional teaching portfolio. We will illustrate the iterative and continuing nature of portfolio construction by demonstrating the revision process used in writing and revising a teaching philosophy statement. Participants will leave the workshop with a template for building their own teaching portfolios, as well as examples to support them in writing their own teaching philosophy statement.
HFSC: Social Room
This workshop will introduce participants the spectrum of hybrid approaches, including evidence-based approaches to hybrid design and the advantages and disadvantages of the various approaches. We will explore tools and pedagogical strategies that can be used to integrate online and f2f components of hybrid design. The workshop includes a hands-on segment where participants begin brainstorming and designing their own hybrid course, paying particular attention to how how the online and face-to-face components of their course will be integrated. Participants are encouraged to bring their laptops and a course syllabus.
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Please note that, while Apprenticeship in Teaching (AT) workshops are open to faculty, they are designed for graduate students. Presentations and many of the exercises are designed for instructors with relatively little teaching experience. Some workshops are more appropriate than others for those with more teaching experience. Faculty with a particular interest in one of the AT workshops should contact James Olsen before registering.