MCSLE Great Room, Elkin Hall
Building a sense of community in an online classroom can be a
challenge, but is an essential component for online student success and
retention. A panel of faculty, both experienced and new to online teaching,
will share methods they have used to successfully foster student engagement in
the online classroom. Participants can
expect to leave the session with a variety of potential strategies for
fostering student engagement in their own classes and with an enhanced learning
community of faculty members who can provide support and answer questions.
Center for Teaching Excellence - Reflective Practice Spring 2020 Saturday Workshop for Faculty and Teaching Associates:
Undergraduate Research is for Everyone: How to Integrate Discovery Through Course-Based Research
Facilitated by Dr. Katie Farnsworth, Director of the Office of Undergraduate Research and Associate Professor, Geoscience
Improv is more than the gags and one-liners on “Whose Line is
It Anyway?” Improvisation skills are now being used in multiple professional
fields to improve communication, stimulate creativity and enhance
collaboration. In this inclusive, relaxed and interactive workshop, you will
learn some of the principles that underlie effective improvisation through
large and small group exercises that can be used in any classroom. Participants
can expect to take away simple but effective exercises to enhance student engagement
and empathetic communication through active learning.
PNC Room, KCAC
Center for Teaching Excellence annual recognition celebration.
CTE 30th Anniversary