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This two-part series offers tips on what you can do to increase your confidence as a teacher. In Part 1, topics include creating a comfortable teaching and learning environment, making the material your own, and tips on using your voice effectively. You will be asked to create a 1-2 minute lesson to present during the workshop.
Learn how to use backward design to create a good course, and get a head start on learning about Bloom's Taxonomy and learning objectives.
Learn how to write good learning objectives to get your course design started on the right path.
Ensure proper course alignment by choosing assessments that match your learning objectives.
Description: In this workshop, participants will identify the benefits of using a rubric (with an emphasis placed on analytic rubrics). Participants will then create a rubric that determines "the best type of pizza". Finally, participants will plan how to incorporate rubrics into their teaching.
This two-part series offers tips on what you can do to increase your confidence as a teacher. Part 2 will focus on public speaking skills such as posture, movement, and responding to students' questions. For this workshop you will also present a 1-2 minute lesson in order to practice your newly learned skills.
Learn ways to engage students in class that align with your course design.
Come join us as we dissect the types of questions instructors ask their students and learn what’s packed inside that serves to promote or undermine effective teaching strategies.
Learn to create a syllabus that best reflects your course design while also serving as an introduction to you as a teacher.
The idea of teaching online can seem very daunting. How can we meaningfully transfer our best face-to-face teaching practices to our online instruction? In this workshop, we demystify this process by looking explicitly at the objectives of our teaching strategies and how we can recreate these elements for our students’ online learning experience.