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In this workshop, we will discuss how to mentor your students through group projects as a means to practice teamwork with an eye towards the professional world. Topics include getting buy-in from students, navigating potential pitfalls, and some suggestions for grading policies that encourage open but fair communication between group members and you.
Web accessibility requirements can be overwhelming if you haven't tackled them before. Thankfully, web accessibility doesn't need to remain a mystery. You’ll leave knowing the scope of web accessibility concerns, what questions to ask, and who to task. Come explore!
This Inclusion workshop will focus on concepts such as diversity, inclusion, and privilege. Students who participate will recognize the values of others, and identify differing social identities in relation to leadership. Students will also understand the importance of inter/intragroup community through a diversity of identities.
Learn practical ways to organize your Compass site in ways that enhance engagement while reducing confusion. Best practices from current courses will be spotlighted. All sessions will be customized to the participants’ needs and also include training on using a simple campus survey. Registration is required.
In this workshop you will learn effective strategies to deal with challenging situations and maintain the focus of your classroom on productive learning. *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.
Increase student engagement and participation. Fast-paced workshop introduces a variety of free digital tools for collaborating, practicing, and reviewing course concepts. *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.
Can I start a business in the U.S.? I'm an entrepreneur and require immigration sponsorship--what are my options? What about visa classifications? Get answers to these and other questions at the International Students, Visas, & Starting a Company Workshop!
Poverty is a reality for many individuals and families; unless you have experienced poverty, it’s difficult to truly understand. In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King’s advocacy work around poverty issues, participants will engage in a poverty simulation that bridges the gap from misconception to understanding in an interactive immersion experience.
Exciting new Lunchtime Seminar Series features CITL Faculty Fellows and others discussing teaching practices that highlight the art (and science) of teaching and learning.