is way cooler than the temperature outside? Our next Reflective Practice event from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, February 5, at the
Crimson Event Center, of course!
you like to see what our continent looked like 500 million years ago, and learn
how fossils are used to reconstruct the appearance of our planet at various times
in the distant past? If so, join us as
Geoscience Professor John Taylor presents on a different kind of evolution—the transformation of his Paleontology course over the past three decades (and
Taylor earned a Center
for Teaching Excellence Award for Content Pedagogy in 2011–2012 for the enhancement
of this upper-level Geoscience class through addition of less traditional
methods of instruction and evaluation both in and out of the classroom. Please
join us, and share your thoughts about the subject!
you're never too busy to attend a Reflective Practice event; that would be like
being in too much of a hurry to scrape the massive amounts of snow off of your
windshield before driving to IUP!
to see you at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 5, in the Crimson Event Center!
RSVP is necessary. Refreshments will be
event is open to IUP faculty and teaching associates only.
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