Archived Events

October 22, 2018
Observation
What you'll see: Observers will see how students work in teams (sitting at round tables) to collaborate on formative assessments and discussion activities. Clickers
October 22, 2018
Observation
What you'll see: Observers will see how students work in teams (sitting at round tables) to collaborate on formative assessments and discussion activities. Clickers
October 22, 2018
Observation
What you'll see:  Oxford-style debate with pre-post voting Learning Catalytics 
October 16, 2018
Diversity and Inclusion Workshop Series
Ensuring that each of your students is held to the same performance standards is certainly important, but equality does not establish equal access and opportunity.  Come discuss the distinction... read more
October 11, 2018
Workshop
Not all teaching is done in traditional classrooms, so join us for a panel discussion on how the broader science of teaching and learning can be applied to one-to-one or small-group clinical training... read more
October 03, 2018
Diversity and Inclusion Workshop Series
We all process information in different ways and at different rates, and as such we all exist on a neurodiversity spectrum. Neurodivergent individuals process information outside the population norm... read more
September 26, 2018
Workshop
Multiple-choice questions remain a common method to assess student learning. Join us to discuss best practices in writing multiple-choice questions, including writing for higher-level thinking, using... read more
September 19, 2018
Workshop
Students can be a great source of feedback to find out what is working (or not) in the classroom each semester. However, students may not provide feedback until they are asked to do so during end-of-... read more
September 13, 2018
Workshop
If you are applying for an academic position, or going up for promotion here at the University of Maryland, you will need a teaching philosophy statement as part of your portfolio.  Whether you... read more
September 12, 2018
Workshop
If you are applying for an academic position, or going up for promotion here at the University of Maryland, you will need a teaching philosophy statement as part of your portfolio.  Whether you... read more

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