Thursday, 06 Aug 2020
The Memorial Union's art lending collection includes about 275 framed posters, prints and paintings. Selections may be viewed during the open house and are available for rent for a half year or full year.
This conversation will be a starting place for implementing inclusive pedagogy and learner-centered practices into your syllabus for the upcoming year. We will discuss strategies for producing a student-centered syllabus and the importance of establishing clear expectations and goals, using transparent teaching methods, and building rapport and community in your class.
Harvard University's LabXchange is a free online platform for science education that lets educators remix high-quality content to support personalized learning in the context of their own online classes. Professor Rob Lue will discuss how remixing digital content can engage students, especially when combined with a new generation of virtual labs focused on the scientific process.
This event is a follow-up to our Teaching with Top Hat Pro event and will be focused around providing tips and tricks for teaching synchronous, asynchronous and hybrid courses with Top Hat Pro.
The meeting will be held electronically via Webex.
The teaching-learning process is an inherently social act. Students interact with the instructor, their peers, and the course content throughout the learning process, often simultaneously in a learning environment. All of these interactions help shape their success in the course.
Webinar, Choose your instructional tool adventure (Using video for content, presentations, & performances)
CELT's Choose Your Instructional Tool Adventure focuses on various instructional strategies found on the CELT website and demonstrates practical ways to incorporate these tools in a Canvas course. Instructional support staff from across campus will facilitate each 30-minute byte. These 30-minutes builds on concepts covered in the Canvas Mini-Bytes training videos on the CELT instructional strategies pages.
Creating accessible websites and digital materials in your educational environment reduces barriers and ensures that all students encounter your materials can understand and interact with them. Websites and digital materials that are not designed with accessibility in mind exclude a significant population of potential users from participating in an ever increasing internet dependent world.
Dr. Donghyun Kim, University of Texas at Arlington