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CTL Workshop Resources

Workshops:
2015-2016
2014-2015
2012-2013
2011-2012
2010-2011
2009-2010

2015-2016 Workshops

Enabling Self-Directed Learning and EBIPs in a Graduate Level Course

Time Management for Graduate Students

Creating a Positive Classroom Environment

Preparing Your Teaching Philosophy Statement for Tenure and Promotion


2014-2015 Workshops

Contract Grading: What Is It and How Can I Use It


Faculty Roles in the Age of MOOCs


Writing Fair Multiple-Choice Exams that Challenge Students 


Assessing Student Learning: Tools To Determine What Your Students Really Know Before It’s Too Late


Successfully Teaching Our Growing Middle Eastern Student Population


Streamlined Community Engagement: The One-Partner Model


Making Students Do the Thinking: A Focus on the Laboratory Environment


‘Strive For College’ Model of Community Engagement

 

2012-13 Workshops

Great Strategies to Use so that Active Learning Goes Well!


Writing and Citing: Helping Students Use Source Material and Avoid Plagiarism

Stepping It Up: Helping Students transition to upper-division and graduate-level courses

2011-12 Workshops

Great Ideas for Teaching And Learning Symposium – Spring 2012


Faculty Added Questions to Student Evaluation Surveys – Fall 2011


Flipping the Classroom – Fall 2011


Safe Spaces: Creating Supporting Learning Environments for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) students – Fall 2011


Dr. Larry Michaelsen’s Team-Based Workshops – Fall 2011

2010-11 Workshops


Strategies for Teaching Students with Varied Backgrounds

Starting Off Right: Great Ideas for Preventing Classroom Incivility Starting on the First Day of Class


Supporting Student Writing: Giving Effective (and Efficient!) Feedback


A Peer Assessment System to Improve Student Team Experiences


Engaging Students During Long (or Short!) Lectures

Active Learning at Lunch

September 2010


November 2010

2009-10 Workshops

Investigating Student Learning workshop facilitated by Regan Gurung
Writing Fair Multiple-Choice Exams that Challenge Students

Working Effectively with Teaching Assistants