Upcoming Events: TA Services and Programs

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MLC 372

High impact educational practices engage students in active learning both in and out of the classroom to increase opportunities for deep, integrated learning and positively influence student success – particularly students from underserved populations (Kuh 2008). In this workshop, participants will discuss examples of high impact practices that can be implemented in the large class setting and will develop actionable steps to accomplish the desired learning from high impact practices in individual courses. Details

Event Type: New Faculty Workshops, Pedagogy & Practice Workshops, Postdoctoral Fellow Services and Programs, TA Services and Programs

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CTL North Instructional Plaza

Rubrics aren’t just for writing assignments! This hands-on workshop will engage participants in analysis of different types of rubrics used in college classrooms and research and discussion about how to create a rubric. Details

Event Type: New Faculty Workshops, Pedagogy & Practice Workshops, Postdoctoral Fellow Services and Programs, SoTL Workshops, Student Learning Outcomes Assessment, TA Services and Programs

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CTL North Plaza Conference Room

Teaching Philosophy Statements (TPS) are living documents that allow instructors to reflect on their teaching and share with others their conceptualization of teaching and learning. Teaching philosophy statements may be a required component of a job application for teaching positions, whether as a stand-alone document or as part of a teaching portfolio. In this second of a two-part workshop, participants will bring drafts of their teaching philosophy statement to receive feedback from facilitator and peers. We will also discuss how the teaching philosophy statement is situated within and aligns with the larger Teaching Portfolio. Details

Event Type: Postdoctoral Fellow Services and Programs, TA Services and Programs

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CTL North Plaza Conference Room

Do you feel hesitant or intimidated by being at the front of the classroom? Join us for a workshop on the fundamentals of effective teaching presentation, including preparation tips, verbal and non-verbal communication, and appropriate use of visual aids. Details

Event Type: New Faculty Workshops, Pedagogy & Practice Workshops, Postdoctoral Fellow Services and Programs, TA Services and Programs