Upcoming CTL Workshops for March

Upcoming CTL Workshops for March

Below please find a list of the upcoming workshops hosted by the CTL. For updates and additions, and to register, please check out our online Program Registration Form. When possible, we will be hosting workshops twice on different days and times to allow for instructors with differing schedules to attend.

Developing Problem Solving - The Process, Strategies, Tips, and Tricks

March 1, 3:30 p.m.

 March 2, 3:30 p.m.

Library 376

This session is the sequel to the nationally recognized "Developing Student Critical Thinking through Higher-Order Questions." Using AAC& U's problem-solving rubric as the model framework for addressing problem-solving, this session provides five classroom strategies and tips and tricks you can use with learners. You will also get on-demand resources to include a lesson plan you can try out with learners.   

Follow this link to register for Developing Problem Solving!

Using Classroom Assessment Techniques

March 6, 1 p.m.

March 6, 3 p.m.

Library 376

Classroom Assessment Techniques are approaches for getting feedback from your students in your course. Tom Angelo and Patricia Cross popularized over fifty techniques in their first edition of the book in 1993.  The third edition is set to be released this year. Many of the techniques provided are low-stakes or no-stakes techniques for learning what you need to focus on and how best to help them learn it. Hands-on activities, demonstration of several of the assessment techniques, and handouts will be provided.

Follow this link to register for Using Classroom Assessment Techniques!

How Mindset Can Impact Learning

March 9, 1:00 p.m.

Library 376

Carol Dweck popularized the concept of mindset, explaining that folks typically have a fixed mindset (learning ability and skillsets are innate and cannot be changed) or growth mindset (skills can be learned and learning ability can be improved through strategies and learning habits. The intent of this session is to describe how a student’s (and instructor’s) mindset can create successful learning in the classroom.  Participants will explore helpful and harmful beliefs about learning and identify ways to support the growth mindset for our learners.

Follow this link to register for How Mindset Can Impact Learning!

Increasing Student Engagement

March 21, 2 p.m.

March 22, 9 a.m.

Library 376

Want to learn more about how to get your students engaged and critically thinking while in the classroom? The integration of technology has the power to deepen student learning, enhance critical thinking, encourage collaboration, and improves knowledge retention. Students can greatly benefit through the appropriate use of using technology as a learning tool. In this session, participants will explore different applications and software that can be incorporated into teaching and learning experiences. This session will focus on some of the best applications and software to share content, promote student engagement, and enhance critical thinking and collaboration.

Follow this link to register for Increasing Student Engagement!

Updated: 2023-03-02
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