effectivenessThe Center for Teaching and Learning team, QEP Faculty Fellows, and invited facilitators lead workshops in the Teaching Effectiveness Series. Participation in each workshop earns attendees 10,000 Gold points and a Teaching Effectiveness Series Badge. Additionally, homework will be assigned in each workshop that can be completed for 5,000 Green points. Click here for more information on CTL points, badges, and teaching certification. Dates for this series are listed below. Workshops are held at the CTL’s innovative classroom, EB 243, unless otherwise noted. Teaching Effectiveness Workshops can also be requested for your school or department. Contact the CTL for details.

Register for July CTL Events

  • July

"Case-Based Learning in Large Enrollment Classes" – Will Brooks, PhD

  • Monday, July 10, 2017; 8:30-11:30 AM, CTL 243 (breakfast and snacks included)

 

"Using Video in the Classroom" – Brian C. Moon, MM

  • Wednesday, July 12, 2017; 8:30-11:30 AM, CTL 243 (breakfast and snacks included)

 

"Team Based Learning 101" – Annetta Dolowitz, MPH & Chris Eidson, MS, OTR/L

  • Thursday, July 20, 2017; 1:00-4:00 PM, CTL 243 (snacks included)

 

"Difficult Teaching Situations" – Dale Dickinson, PhD & Michelle Fanucchi, PhD

  • Wednesday, July 26, 2017; 8:30-11:30 AM, CTL 243 (breakfast and snacks included)

 

"Creating Your Teaching Portfolio" – Scott Phillips, PhD

  • Thursday, July 27, 2017; 8:30-11:30 AM, CTL 243 (breakfast and snacks included)



Workshop Topics Offered to Schools and Departments Upon Request

  • Active Learning in the College Classroom
  • Affordable Instructional Materials
  • Creating a Teaching Portfolio
  • Creating Good Course Learning Objectives
  • Elements of Engaging Presentations
  • Faculty Guide to the IDEA Survey
  • GoToTraining in Your Classes
  • How to Maximize the First Day of Class
  • How to Record Your Lectures
  • Mobile Apps for Teaching
  • Motivating to Learn
  • Organizing a Course using Backwards Design
  • Teaching Millennials
  • The Scholarship of Teaching
  • Using Affordable Instructional Materials in Your Classroom
  • Writing Good Test Questions II: Item Analysis

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