Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning

CETL is pleased to announce three workshops from our Faculty Learning Communities as part of LearnTech!  

Active Learning & the Flipped Instructional Model  

Tuesday, February 19th, 10:00 am -10:45 am, Alumni Room in Atwood  

Learn how two faculty members are turning the classroom on its head by delivering instruction online outside of class so that active learning, group collaboration, instructor feedback/support and homework can be addressed during class time. Why are we doing this and what are our results?  What kinds of technologies are working for us?  

Presented by: Jeanne Anderson, Information Media faculty member and Stephanie Houdek, Math Skills Center faculty member  

Hands-On! Try Flipping!  

Tuesday, February 19th, 10:50 am -11:30 am, Alumni Room in Atwood  

See examples of the Flipped Classroom and learn by trying it out for yourself. Bring a lesson you'd like to flip. This is a hands-on workshop. If possible, bring your own laptop. A limited number will be available.

Presented by: Jeanne Anderson, Information Media faculty member and Stephanie Houdek, Math Skills Center faculty member         

Mobile Devices for Learning and Teaching: Discussion  

Thursday, February 21st, 11:00 am -12:00 pm, Cascade Room in Atwood  

The proliferation of mobile devices in our daily life brings opportunities and concerns. The possibilities of harnessing the power of mobile devices exist, yet can pose complex solutions. In our discussion, we will outline trends and factors, which can help us identify their potential use and application in the classroom. Devices, applications and trends will be discussed.  

Presented by: Plamen Miltenoff, Department of Learning Resources Services and Annette Lee, Department of Chemistry and Physics    

 

Please support our FLCs with your attendance at the events!

 

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