Workshop

4 Session Design Sprint- for Your Online Course

Are you teaching an online or blended course for Summer Session II or this Fall? Join this Design Sprint Faculty Learning Community and we’ll help you clarify your course goals, configure your syllabus, your ELMS site and your weekly units of study. Only the first session is in-person; the rest you can join online from the comforts of your beach vacation or your basement.

If you sign up for this blended, 4 week Learning Community, you can expect:

Help! I am Teaching Online this Summer

Are you teaching a fully online course in Summer Session I, starting in late May? Time is passing quickly and we want to set you up for success. Join us for three short hours of dedicated working time. You will walk away with a clean syllabus template, an ELMS site that is ready for your content, and some online assignments that are customized for your course.

 

Mary Warneka
Associate Director of Learning Experience
Teaching & Learning Transformation Center

Academic Integrity - Establishing and Maintaining a Culture of Honesty

Scholarship is based on a foundation of honesty, so as a community of teachers and learners, we must hold ourselves and our campus to the highest standards of academic integrity. Join us for a discussion on how we can communicate expectations, educate students on how to conduct scholarly work appropriately, and take practical steps to reduce dishonesty in our courses.

 

Scott Roberts, TLTC

James Bond, Office of Student Conduct

Deborah Mateik, DIT Learning Technology Design

Academic Integrity - Establishing and Maintaining a Culture of Honesty

Scholarship is based on a foundation of honesty, so as a community of teachers and learners, we must hold ourselves and our campus to the highest standards of academic integrity. Join us for a discussion on how we can communicate expectations, educate students on how to conduct scholarly work appropriately, and take practical steps to reduce dishonesty in our courses.

 

Scott Roberts, TLTC

James Bond, Office of Student Conduct

Deborah Mateik, DIT Learning Technology Design

Academic Integrity - Establishing and Maintaining a Culture of Honesty

Scholarship is based on a foundation of honesty, so as a community of teachers and learners, we must hold ourselves and our campus to the highest standards of academic integrity. Join us for a discussion on how we can communicate expectations, educate students on how to conduct scholarly work appropriately, and take practical steps to reduce dishonesty in our courses.

 

Scott Roberts, TLTC

James Bond, Office of Student Conduct

Can We Foster Student Motivation for Learning?

In this workshop, we will focus on the factors that influence student motivation and whether specific teaching and learning approaches can foster student motivation. One of the most common questions that faculty ask is “How can I motivate my students to learn?” The best answer is “it depends” since motivation is a complex human characteristic that is affected by external and internal factors that are influenced by cultural and situational components.

What Would You Do? Ethical Conundrums

This interactive workshop will use case studies of situational or ethical dilemmas that faculty may face in their day-to-day job. This is a chance to think about such situations before they occur and to have a game plan to navigate sticky situations and achieve positive outcomes.

 

Scott Roberts
Director of instructional Excellence & Innovation
Teaching & Learning Transformation Center

Planning & Facilitating Small (and Large!) Group Discussions

Let’s discuss discussion! Join us as we model several effective strategies for structuring and promoting discussion amongst small (and large) groups of learners. This workshop will help you to identify strategies for increasing student participation and creating an inclusive environment for discussion. We will also describe the characteristics of great discussion questions and help you to plan an effective discussion-based activity to incorporate into your instruction.

 

Hannah Jardine
Faculty Programs Coordinator
Teaching & Learning Transformation Center

Education Research 101: A Beginner’s Guide to Designing Ed Research

Are you interested in dipping your toe into an education research project? Perhaps you use an innovative pedagogy into your class, and you're interested in evaluating it for publications and presentations? In this workshop, we will walk you through the basic steps to conduct an education research project, including setting the scope of the project, submitting an application to the Internal Review Board (IRB) for research with human subjects, and choosing an appropriate journal or conference for submission.

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