Friday, 22 Jan 2021
All TAs who are new to the ISU classroom, or who have received a teaching assignment different from what they have done before, are strongly encouraged to attend this seminar.
Promoting student engagement is an important goal for any instructor. Furthermore, various academic integrity experts argue that motivating students to maximize their learning experience in our course is an excellent antidote to academic dishonesty. But how can help students remain engaged despite the many challenges of the current academic year?
Webinar, Creating and sustaining equitable learning environments through shared values clarification
Teaching is fundamentally a relational process in which our personal and pedagogical values translate into behaviors that drive relationships with and amongst students. Values clarification engages us in deep critical reflection to identify what we value in a learning environment, the personal significance of these values, and their impact on our pedagogical choices and ways of being with our students.
"Thinking, Making, Breaking Away," Rob Whitehead, a licensed architect and associate professor of architecture at Iowa State will talk about designing a more sustainable future relies on more than good intentions and enthusiasm for the work -- it demands a level of expertise situated within long-term relationships of creative inter-disciplinary collaborators.