CETL Library Link: Supervised Research TechniquesWednesday, January 18, 20171:15 – 2:35 p.m.Guggenheim Library 206Presenter: Dr. Walter GreasonInnovative pedagogy to foster increased skills and strengthen individual academic performance for students in all schools of study.Dr. Greason coaches faculty on implementing his
grant winning (2011 Mellon Foundation) Supervised Research Techniques. These proven techniques are a product of feedback from high-performing Dean’s Lists, Honor Society, Fulbright, and Rhodes scholars students who explain how small amounts of extra work in each course leads to academic success.
CETL Food for Thought Faculty Luncheon: Welcome Back!Thursday, January 19, 201711:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.Magill Commons Club Dining RoomReconnect with colleagues and see what's in store for Spring 2017
CETL Tech Tutorial: "New to You"Wednesday, January 25, 20171:15 - 2:45 p.m.Bey Hall 101 Computer LabNew tools and new uses of applications for classroom activities and professional use.
CETL Food for Thought Faculty Luncheon: GLOBE
Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the EnvironmentThursday, January 26, 201711:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.Student Center Afflitto Conference Room (Take elevator to third floor)The Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment (GLOBE) Program is an international science and education program that provides students with the opportunity to participate in data collection and the scientific process, and contribute meaningfully to our understanding of the Earth system and global environment. Application viable for all schools.Presented by Professor Gloria Brown-Simmons, Chemistry and Physics
CETL Food for Thought Faculty Luncheon: Teaching with Graphic Novels: The Next ChapterThursday, February 2, 201711:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.Magill Commons Club Dining RoomComics and Graphic Novels, while fun to read, can often be daunting as classroom tools. Despite their long and rich history as valuable educational material, many of us are left wondering how to
actually use them in our classrooms. Come explore with us how we have used Comics (and how you can, too) in your own classes, regardless of academic discipline.Please bring your questions and ideas!Presented by: Beth Swanson, English, and Maryanne Rhett, History and Anthropology
The Pedagogy of Inclusion IIFriday, February 3, 20172:50 - 4:10 p.m. (Prior to Faculty Club)Guggenheim Library room 206, North CampusThis round-table discussion continues.Moderator: Claude Taylor, Transformative Learning
Faculty ClubFriday, February 3, 20174 - 6 p.m.Wilson Hall Room 106Building a community of teaching, scholarship, and collaboration.* Libations and hors
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