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The Center for Innovation in Teaching & Learning is dedicated to promoting, enhancing, and assessing teaching effectiveness and student learning. We assist faculty, academic units, and teaching assistants in improving instruction. In addition to the events listed below, we are always available for individual consultations or special activities within a department or college. Most of the workshops count toward CITL certificate program continuing education credit. Please check back often to see what events have been added. Want reminders of what teaching sessions are coming up soon? Join our CITL listserv by sending an e-mail message (must be from your University of Illinois address) to listserv@illinois.edu, and in the body of the message write only the following:  subscribe CITL

S'22 Faculty Series on Teaching & Learning, wksp #5: Creating a Responsive Student-Centered Syllabus to Support Learning

Event Type
Conference/Workshop
Sponsor
Center for Innovation in Teaching & Learning (CITL)
Location
Room 182, Armory Building (east side of the building)
Date
Mar 9, 2022   11:30 am - 1:00 pm  
Speaker
Cheelan Bo-Linn (CITL)
Cost
No cost for joining the faculty learning community.
Registration
Registration is required. Please click here to register
Contact
Cheelan Bo-Linn
E-Mail
cbolinn@illinois.edu
Phone
217-244-3859
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Center for Innovation in Teaching & Learning

Faculty Seminar Series on Teaching & Learning

Theme: How well designed and implemented are your courses to maximize your students being successful learners?

 

Student thrive when they feel personally validated, have a growth mindset, and active involvement. Faculty play a critical role in creating this type of culture where students can be successful.

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We are pleased to be meeting in person again! Come join a dynamic learning community by participating in this specially designed workshop series for all faculty (across all disciplines and rank). We’ll share strategies and best practices from research-based pedagogy. Great conversations and handouts guanteed.

Session 5: Creating a Responsive Student-Centered Syllabus to Support Learning

 

At its most basic level, the syllabus is used to communicate information about the course, the instructor, learning objectives, assignments, grading policies, due dates, the university’s academic integrity statement, and, in some cases, an increasingly long list of strongly worded admonitions on what is and isn’t acceptable behavior in the college classroom.  Is it just a contract? It is… but it should be much more!

Look at your syllabus. What is the message? What is your tone?  Will the course be inviting, engaging and motivating?  Will it be collaborative? Fair? This is a great opportunity to think about how/if your syllabus promotes a learning-centered environment.  In addition, we’ll also help you create a graphical “big idea” for your course.

 

*This workshop counts towards completion of any of CITL's Teaching Certificates. To learn more about our Teaching Certificate program please visit https://go.illinois.edu/teaching_certificates.

 

Please mark these dates on your calendar

Wed, Feb. 9, 2022          Session 1: Maximizing Informal (IEF) and Formal (ICES) Student Feedback to Enhance Teaching & Learning (I wish I had known that earlier)

Wed, Feb. 16, 2022        Session 2: Creating a Reflective Teaching Philosophy Statement for Promotion and Tenure

Wed, Feb. 23, 2022        Session 3: Opening the Classroom Door: Join Us for Opportunities to Observe Exemplary Teachers (Introductory Session)

Wed, March 2, 2022      Session 4: Are We Helping or Hurting? Critical Factors in Motivating Students to Succeed

Fri, March 4, 2022         Annual Faculty Retreat. “Breaking Down the Garden Walls: A Promise of Access to Success”

Wed, March 9, 2022      Session 5: Creating a Responsive Student-Centered Syllabus to Support Learning

 

For more teaching information, visit our main CITL web site.  To join our CITL listserv, send an e-mail message (must be from your University of Illinois address) to listserv@illinois.edu, and in the body of the message write only the following: subscribe CITL

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