OTL Events

Spring 2020 Events

Jan

04

New Adjunct Faculty Orientation

Date: January 04

Time: 9am - 11am

Location: CB 510

Description:
A brief introduction for new adjuncts this semester.

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Jan

21

Global/Intercultural Pedagogy

Date: January 21

Time: 2pm - 4pm

Location: FL 505

Description:
In this workshop, participants will analyze global and intercultural issues. Participants will assess types of materials to include in the course and create activities to increase student understanding of the issues.
Global/Intercultural Workshop

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Jan

22

Writing Pedagogy 1: Developing Effective Writing Assignments

Date: January 22

Time: 2pm - 4pm

Location: FL 505

Description:
This first of three writing pedagogy workshops focuses on ways to develop writing assignments that emphasize your purpose for the writing task and its desired outcomes, write assignment descriptions that clearly communicate your expectations to students, and develop a rubric that guides students toward effective completion of the writing task.

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Jan

30

Writing Pedagogy 1: Developing Effective Writing Assignments

Date: January 30

Time: 12pm - 2pm

Location: FL 502

Description:
This first of three writing pedagogy workshops focuses on ways to develop writing assignments that emphasize your purpose for the writing task and its desired outcomes, write assignment descriptions that clearly communicate your expectations to students, and develop a rubric that guides students toward effective completion of the writing task.

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Feb

04

Interactive Lecturing

Date: February 04

Time: 2pm - 3pm

Location: FL 505

Description:
The lecture as a method of instruction has come under fire a great deal over the last few decades. A major criticism of lecturing is that students are passive recipients. This workshop will explore the concept of lecturing and how it can be used in the classroom while keeping students actively engaged in the learning process. Participants will leave this workshop with concrete strategies that they can use in class.

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Feb

07

Technology Conference

Date: February 07

Time: 8:30 pm - 1:30 pm

Location: Fulton Library (FL) Lakeview Room

Description:
Hosted by the Office of Teaching and Learning

Feb

13

Writing Pedagogy 2: Teaching In-Class Processes and Strategies

Date: February 13

Time: 12pm - 2pm

Location: FL 502

Description:
This second writing pedagogy workshop covers ways of effectively teaching writing in the classroom. It covers different strategies you could teach throughout the multiple stages of the writing process, making decisions about what instruction to prioritize, modeling, and effectively utilizing campus tutoring resources.

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Feb

19

Autism in the Classroom II

Date: February 19

Time: 2pm - 3:30 pm

Location: NB 201-203 in the Melisa Nellesen Center for Autism

Description:
Autism in the Classroom II

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Feb

19

Writing Pedagogy 2: Teaching In-Class Processes and Strategies

Date: February 19

Time: 2pm - 4pm

Location: FL 505

Description:
This second writing pedagogy workshop covers ways of effectively teaching writing in the classroom. It covers different strategies you could teach throughout the multiple stages of the writing process, making decisions about what instruction to prioritize, modeling, and effectively utilizing campus tutoring resources.

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Feb

26

Academic Honesty Workshop

Date: February 26

Time: 2pm - 3pm

Location: FL 516

Description:
One of the major issues in higher education is ensuring academic honesty. This workshop will explore strategies that instructors can implement to help address this issue in their classrooms.

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Mar

06

Cultural Identity in the Classroom

Date: March 06

Time: 2pm - 4pm

Location: FL 505

Description:
Global/Intercultural Workshop

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Mar

25

Writing Pedagogy 3: Responding to and Grading Student Writing

Date: March 25

Time: 2pm - 4pm

Location: FL 505

Description:
This final writing pedagogy workshop covers the differences between responding and grading as well as strategies for efficiently completing each task. It will cover ways of responding to students in the middle of their process without overcommenting, the kinds of responses that would lead to more effective revision from students, and how to speed up grading by focusing only on rubric requirements.

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Apr

06

Equity Pedagogy

Date: April 06

Time: 2pm - 4pm

Location: FL 505

Description:
Global/Intercultural Workshop

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Apr

09

Writing Pedagogy 3: Responding to and Grading Student Writing

Date: April 09

Time: 12pm - 2pm

Location: FL 502

Description:
This final writing pedagogy workshop covers the differences between responding and grading as well as strategies for efficiently completing each task. It will cover ways of responding to students in the middle of their process without overcommenting, the kinds of responses that would lead to more effective revision from students, and how to speed up grading by focusing only on rubric requirements.

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Apr

17

Faculty Recognition Luncheon

Date: April 17

Time: 12pm - 2pm

Location: CB 511

Description:
This is a luncheon to celebrate faculty who achieved teaching recognition including the Teaching Excellence Award recipients and AdvanceHE Fellows.