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Spring 2014

The Collaborative for Teaching Innovation and the Faculty Development Program invite you to a series of conversations. Join colleagues from the Faculty Collaborative, the Library, the Hub Writing Center and Instructional Technology Resources for these informal discussions of new resources and new ideas. Experiment with your own course; learn about what your colleagues are trying. We welcome suggestions for additional topics for the 2014-15 schedule.

Note new locations, times, days

                     MWF 11:45-12:50 in Graham Commons

and

TR 12:15-1:15 in Graham 164
This Week
April 23 (Wed)11:45-12:50 in Graham Commons
What does it Mean to Learn Something?
What would your students say? What would you say? Join this discussion about what level of learning you are aiming for in your classes. Consider ways to develop a framework that allows students to reach your desired level of learning.
  • RSVP(includes lunch)
Coming Up:
April 29 (Tues) 12:15-1:15 in Graham 164
Online Content, In-Class Activities and Student Learning
Preparing students for in-class activities with online content (success stories and cautionary tales from SCU colleagues). Faculty working on flipping or hybrid teaching practices will share what they are learning about new ways of engaging students and improving learning.
  • RSVP(includes lunch)
May 2 (Fri) 11:45-12:50 in Graham Commons
Online Content, In-Class Activities, and Student Learning
Preparing students for in-class activities with online content (success stories and cautionary tales from SCU colleagues). Faculty working on flipping or hybrid teaching practices will share what they are learning about new ways of engaging students and improving learning.
  • RSVP(includes lunch)  
May 8 (Thurs) 12:15-1:15 in Graham 164
Electronic Portfolios and Student Learning
An ePortfolio is more than a product that students create; it's also a process that leads to reflective and integrative learning. SCU faculty share examples, ideas and possibilities about how ePortfolios facilitate learning that lasts.
  • RSVP(includes lunch)  
May 14 (Wed) 11:45-12:50 in Graham Commons
Teaching and Learning with E-Books
Listen to SCU faculty colleagues who have begun incorporating eBooks into their course curriculum.
  • RSVP(includes lunch) 
Contact Us

Faculty Development Program

Eileen Razzari Elrod
Assoc. Vice Provost for Faculty Development
St. Joseph's Hall, #124
408-554-4136

Anne Riconosciuto
Administrative Associate
St. Joseph's Hall, #113
408-554-2746

Fax: 408-551-1873
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