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The Art of Socially Just Leadership Education

V. S. Chunoo (Agricultural Leadership, Education & Communication) V. Chunoo will describe how he teaches toward pro-social learning outcomes using a leadership learning model rooted in cultural…

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From Traditional to Ungraded: Student Perspectives on a Spectrum of Grading Practices

Discussion Leader Kary Zarate with Emily Tarconish, Jessica Hardy, and Catherine Corr (Special Education) Faculty in the department of Special Education have been exploring a variety of grading…

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Panel Conversation with Technology Services CIOs

Interim CIO Scott Genung and Interim Deputy CIO Drew MacGregor Conversation with Technology Services CIOs Interim CIO Scott Genung and Interim Deputy CIO Drew MacGregor. Find out what you need to…

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Gameful Pedagogy in Practice

Laura Shackelford (Biomedical and Translational Sciences) Laura will describe gameful strategies she's added to her course including a nontraditional, additive grading system where students…

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Unlocking Student Creativity with the Un-Essay

Petra Jelinek (Anthropology)The un-essay is an assessment strategy that challenges students to interact with course content in meaningful ways and demonstrate their creativity, as well as their…

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Gies Learning and Technology Coffee Hour - March 2022

The Disruption Lab and the Teaching & Learning team in Gies have partnered together to offer a series of virtual informational discussions on the latest developments and innovations in…

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Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program Information Session

"Live, Work, and Discover Japan!"The Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program offers young professionals the opportunity to work in Japan as Assistant Language Teachers (ALTs) or…

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Teaching for Social Justice in the Classroom

FEBRUARY 3, 2022: Teaching for Social Justice in the Classroom Billy Huff (Communication) Critical pedagogy includes developing inclusive curricula, encouraging critical thinking, de-centering…

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CITL Partners

At CITL Innovation Spaces we work with a lot of different departments, colleges, clubs and people from the community. This video highlights just a few of our visiting groups and partners. Come work…

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Gies Learning and Technology Coffee Hour - December 2021

The Disruption Lab and the eLearning team in Gies have partnered together to offer a series of virtual informational discussions on the latest developments and innovations in educational technology…

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What I Know Now: Lessons about Teaching and Learning

What would you say to your younger self about teaching and learning? This session features a panel of veteran faculty members reflecting on some of their earliest teaching experiences. Each of them…

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Designing Cooperative Learning Experiences

Have you ever been part of a group learning experience and thought that it was very frustrating? This can happen for a variety of reasons that could come from how the…

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Get in the Flow - Promoting Student Engagement in Online Learning

Are you concerned that your students may not be adequately engaged during online learning activities? Being fully engaged 100% of the time is not a realistic expectation, but there are a variety of…

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Cultivating Online Learning Communities

Learning communities are a powerful way for people to come together to achieve common learning goals. However, fostering conditions that promote an online community for shared learning and knowledge…

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Gies Learning and Technology Coffee Hour - November 2021

The Disruption Lab and the eLearning team in Gies have partnered together to offer a series of virtual informational discussions on the latest developments and innovations in educational technology…

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Balancing Freedom and Guidance with 'Yes' Spaces in STEM Classrooms

Katie Ansell (Physics) Many instructors face the challenge of wanting to support student agency and creativity while having to teach established procedures in their fields. While it's safer and…

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Integrating Multi-Media Course Tools to Support Studio and Design Learning

Karin Hodgin Jones (Fine and Applied Arts) Studio-based courses require students to create original and sophisticated content while they are learning to use the tools and techniques required to…

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Zines in Academe: Can We Bring Joy to the Practice of Research and Scholarship?

With Zines in Academe, zine librarian invites you to explore with her alternatives or supplements to the research paper. Together we will discuss questions like “Do writing and grading have to…

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Creating a Safe and Welcoming Environment

There a many important factors to consider when creating a safe and welcoming environment for your learning community. Emily Knox breaks things down for us with some very helpful strategies.

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Gies Learning and Technology Coffee Hour - October 2021

The Disruption Lab and the eLearning team in Gies have partnered together to offer a series of virtual informational discussions on the latest developments and innovations in educational technology…

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Pedagogy and Assessment of Human-Centered Design

Saad Shehab (Siebel Center for Design) Bringing Human-Centered Design (HCD) to educational settings helps students develop human-centered, metacognitive, collaborative, and creative mindsets all of…

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An Exploration of Multimodal Assignments

Presenters: Robert Baird (CITL), Dawn Bohn (FHSN), Rachel Magee (iSchool), David Mussulman (Engineering/iSchool)Summary: Senior Associate Director Robert Baird will moderate a panel discussion on…

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Accessibility, Equity, and UDL: Dos, Don’ts, and Time-Saving Practices

Presenter: Lawrence Angrave (CS) Summary: Students may present a wide range of hidden and non-hidden physical, emotional, and learning disabilities. Lawrence will highlight principles of universal…

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Designing Cooperative Learning Experiences

Have you ever been part of a group learning experience and thought that it was very frustrating? This can happen for a variety of reasons that could come from how the group was structured, how group…

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