Curriculum Enhancement Grant Symposium, Keynote by Brian Coppola
Thursday, October 17, 2013 | University Library Lilly Auditorium | 2 - 6 p.m.
Register» | Organizer: Terri Tarr | Presenter: Brian Coppola
Held to honor and celebrate the successes of the 2012 Curriculum Enhancement Grant (CEG) awardees, the 2013 CEG Symposium will feature a keynote address by Brian Coppola, award-winning Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of Chemistry from the University of Michigan, titled Lessons from Three Decades of Subversion in which he will review a set of four simple teaching principles that, in today’s climate, might seem subversive. The event also will feature poster presentations by 2012 CEG recipients, a reception, and a drawing for five free copies of the book Engaging in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning.
The purpose of the CEG initiative is to provide faculty with support, time, and resources to implement projects designed to improve student learning and success. In addition, it is expected that the grants will increase faculty competitiveness for external educational or curricular improvement grants and increase the number of faculty involved in pursuing the scholarship of teaching and learning. For more information on the CEG initiative and the 2012 awardees and their projects, go to http://ctl.iupui.edu/programs/CEG
All faculty are encouraged to attend the CEG symposium, but especially those who are planning to apply for CEG funding in the future.
Welcome and CEG Future Directions, 2 - 2:30 p.m.
Keynote Address and Q&A, 2:30 - 3:45 p.m.
Book Drawing, 3:45 - 4 p.m.
Poster Session and Reception, 4 - 6 p.m.
Intro to Adobe Presenter
Tuesday, October 22, 2013 | Online - Adobe Connect | 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Register» | Organizer and Presenter: Erich Bauer
See how a PowerPoint presentation can be turned into an interactive Flash video to be delivered dynamically over the web. Beyond simply an instructor narrated PowerPoint, this web-optimized presentation tool allows learners to replay portions, select individual slides, search for specific text or take self-assessment quizzes. During this hands-on workshop, participants will be guided through the planning, creation and publishing process. This introductory session will give you all the tools needed to start creating your own engaging online presentations using Adobe Presenter.
Designing Writing Assignments for Non-native English
Wednesday, October 30, 2013 | UL 1125M | 12 - 1:30 p.m.
Register» | Organizer: Terri Tarr and Presenters: Estela Ene and Frank Smith
Do you have international students and other non-native speakers of English in your class? Do you wonder how you can design writing assignments that work for them as well as for your mainstream American students, without increasing your workload? In a university in which the international population is growing by leaps and bounds, faculty need to communicate assignment requirements and feedback in a way that speaks more clearly to this population. This workshop will define the difficulties non-native speakers of English may have with writing assignments and will illustrate, with examples of assignments and assessment tools, effective pedagogical solutions for designing and assessing writing assignments in any discipline or course level. Questions addressed in this workshop include:
- What is good student writing, and what is truly important when evaluating a student’s paper?
- What is difficult about designing assignments and evaluating the writing of students who are not native speakers of English?
- Why do some students who have been studying English for a long time still make the same mistakes?
- What pedagogical techniques can be implemented without spending significantly more time than with native English speaking students?
The workshop will begin with a group reflection and discussion on perceptions of good writing and writing by non-native speakers of English. The presenters will involve the audience in analyses of student writing, writing assignments and evaluation criteria, alternating between small- and large-group discussion and presentation of content by the workshop leaders.
Advancing Learning with Technology Symposium CFP Now Available
Proposals Due Friday, November 8, 2013 | Click here»
The IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) is accepting proposals for the 2014 Advancing Learning with Technology Symposium (ALT) which will take place on Friday, February 28, 2014 from 9 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. in University Library. We hope you will consider submitting a proposal, and we encourage you to share this invitation and information with your colleagues. Proposals are due on Friday, November 8, 2013. The ALT Symposium brings the higher education community together to examine and showcase instructional technology strategies that impact learning across a variety of disciplines. The program will include 50-minute breakout sessions as well as a virtual keynote address by Kevin Warbach of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. Possible formats include panel and roundtable discussions, lecture-discussion, interactive workshops and poster presentations. Proposals that include graduate students or involve student presenters are welcome.
Learning Environments Grant RFP Available
Architecht's Office Consultation Deadline Extended to Friday, October 18
Proposals Due Friday, November 15, 2013 | Click here»
Through the awarding of small grants, the Learning Environments Grant (LEG) supports the creation of innovative, engaging formal and informal learning environments that meet the needs of both faculty and students. The committee meets throughout the academic year to make funding decisions and is composed of faculty and staff from all relevant units of the university.
2014 E.C. Moore Symposium on Excellence in Teaching Call
Proposals Due Friday, November 22, 2013 | Click here»
The IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) is accepting both traditional (interactive, snapshot and poster sessions) and "Ignite" session proposals for the 2014 Edward C. Moore Symposium on Excellence in Teaching.
Engaged Scholars Roundtable: Moving Students' Orientations Away from Charity
Friday, October 25, 2013 | Hine Hall 222 | 12 - 1:30 p.m.
Register»| Organizer: Center for Service and Learning and Presenters: Dr. Tamara Leech, Associate Professor in the Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health and De’Amon Harges
These events showcase scholarly practice and innovation by IUPUI faculty and partners which honor the tenets of Ernest Boyer’s concept of “Scholarship of Engagement”. The roundtable series provides an avenue for interdisciplinary dialogue and reflection on key topics that associated with community-engaged teaching, research and scholarship.
October 2013 Roundtable: Asset-based Service Learning Placements: A Tool to Move Students' Orientations Away from Charity
Audience(s): interested faculty, instructional staff, students, and partners. All are welcome!
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