Speakers: Business Faculty Committee - Brion Scudder, Prashanth Bharadwaj, Ramesh Soni
How and where do you do your best teaching? The IUP
Business Faculty is working to ensure the highest caliber teaching both
in person and online. Join the Business School Faculty Committee to
RSVP not required.
IUP Faculty & TAs are invited to attend this
Center for Teaching Excellence Saturday Workshop on February 4, 2017
from 8:30 am - 2:30 pm in HSS 126.
Dr. Karen Kurotsuchi Inkelas is an associate professor in the Curry
School of Education at the University of Virginia and was the
principle investigator for the National Study of Living-Learning
Programs from 2001-2011. Dr. Inkelas not only studies
living-learning programs but has worked directly with them while a
faculty member at the University of Maryland, having served as
Faculty Director of the Advocates for Children living-learning
program within the College Park Scholars. She has published
numerous articles on living-learning programs and is the lead author
of a forthcoming book on living-learning programs.
Light refreshments will be served at 8:30 am. The workshop will
begin promptly at 9:00 am. Lunch will be provided.
Please RSVP by Thursday, January 26, 2017 by clicking on the link
below, or by copying and pasting it into your web browser:
Remember to RSVP only if you are serious about attending, as meals
will be charged per person.
HUB Monongahela Room
Sadie Mummert from the Criminology Department will discuss
how teaching and talking about victimization and other sensitive
topics/experiences in college courses may result in students feeling
re-victimized or realizing they have been affected by these
topics/experiences during those conversations. She will provide tips and
strategies for instructors to be more aware of and sensitive to the
life experiences of their students.No RSVP required.
Have you ever wondered if your students were ‘getting it’
and wished you had a way to quickly assess their understanding? Thanks
to several Google apps, you can now survey the class and have the
results analyzed in an instant. Kahoot, Plickers, Socrative, and Google
Forms are fun, powerful tools that will change the way that you gauge
your students’ knowledge.
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