Monday, 22 Feb 2016
Gain a better understanding of accessibility as a civil rights issue and develop the knowledge and skills you need to design learning experiences that promote inclusive learning environments.
This workshop will include an overview of the National Endowment for the Humanities and Humanities Iowa programs and special initiatives, and a session devoted to strategies for winning competitive applications and understanding the review process. A limited number of individual appointments with an NEH program officer will be available.
"Am I on Track?" Brian Hood, Legacy Financial Group. Register online through Learn@ISU.
Learning occurs when students understand class content and perceive they are understood by classmates and instructor. Understanding is achieved as a result of interpersonal communication that occurs in the classroom, between students and instructors. The purpose of this learning circle is to examine and practice interpersonal communication competencies that will contribute to understanding in the classroom.
A panel discussion will follow a screening of the 55-minute documentary "Inside Islam: What a Billion Muslims Really Think."