Amistad Research Center, 10 - 11 AM in 113 Tilton Hall
Technology Resources, Innovative Learning Center,12:00 - 1:30 PM, 3rd floor Howard-Tilton Memorial Library
Jones Hall Special Collections: Southeast Architectural Archive, Garden Library, Louisiana Research Collection, and Hogan Jazz Archive, 10 - 11 AM in LBC 202
Latin American Library, 11 AM - 12 PM, 4th floor Howard-Tilton Memorial Library
Newcomb Archives & the Nadine Vorhoff Library, 10 - 11 am, in the Vorhoff Library, Caroline Richardson Building
University Art Collections, Galleries, and Special Exhibitions, 9 - 10 AM, in LBC 210.
Teaching in an Inverted Classroom, presented by Prof. Cedric Walker (SSE-Biomedical Engineering), in the Faculty Technology Lab, 3rd floor Howard-Tilton Memorial Library, 12:00 - 1:30 PM. Light lunch.
Engaging Students in Classroom Discussions, presented by Prof. Amy George-Hirons (SLA-Spanish & Portuguese), in the CELT conference room (309 Richardson Building), 12:30 - 1:45 PM. Light lunch.
Did Anyone Do the Reading? Strategies to Motivate & Challenges Students to Read Critically, presented by Prof. Jana Lipman (SLA-History), in CELT conference room (309 Richardson Building), 12:30 - 1:45 PM. Light lunch.
In November, ten faculty, on a first-come basis, will get copies of Ken Bain's What the Best College Teacher Do. The group will meet three times for dinner and discussion of the book.
Join us to celebrate the near-end of the semester and take a break from your grading. Students get study breaks...so faculty should have grading breaks!
Whether you are new to teaching or have been doing it for years – we all need to know that our issues aren’t unique. Join other faculty members at CELT, for an informal, brown-bag workshop. Stop in, bring a lunch – CELT will provide beverages and dessert, share your experiences and learn from others. While each session will have a theme, we don’t need a leader – we all have something to contribute.
All workshops are from 12:15 – 1:45 pm.
Tulane faculty and graduate students are welcome to attend any of the workshops offered by Loyola's Center for Faculty Innovation.
Spring 2012 Clicker Pedagogy Webinar Series
i>clicker is proud to sponsor the Spring 2012 Clicker Pedagogy Webinar Series. This spring we’re bringing in i>clicker pros to help you integrate our newest products and services into your course, write great clicker questions, reconsider how you use clickers in your course and much more!
Attend from your home office—each complimentary, 60-minute webinar will offer practical tips for effectively integrating clickers into your course that challenge the way your students think. Register to prepare for your classes today and check back in with us often as we'll be posting more webinars soon!
Dr. Kerrissa Heffernan (Swearer Center for Public Service, Brown University) discussed models for incorporating research, service, and other engagement activities into course design.
Phil Brown (Brown University) shared his experience with community-based research in the sciences. The main focus of the presentation was the connection between scientific research and the community. Dr. Brown provided information about writing grant proposals, including statements about broader impact of research, and other professional opportunities for faculty.
View Dr. Brown's presentation: (1) Brown audio-visual [NOTE: There were some problems with the transmission of Dr. Brown's slides in Adobe Connect; however, the slideshow is available as a separate file; (2) Brown slides only
Struggling with how to write and prepare quality assessments and ensure that your grading methods and systems are fair? There is help available! Linda McKee and Jim Kilbane both with extensive expertise in the field will lead this noon time workshop. Come, enjoy a buffet lunch, learn from the pros as well as from your peers and share your own experiences.
A round-table for faculty on topics related to dealing with students both inside and outside of the classroom. We hope to offer strategies for dealing with problems and an introduction to support networks at the university. Come with your questions. Share experiences and advice with colleagues.
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