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Undergraduate Careers Exploration Week: Careers in Teaching

Join School of Chemical Sciences alumni to hear about their career paths in secondary and higher secondary education. Jeff Benter, Chemistry and Physics Teacher @ Tri-Valley High School (B.S. in…

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Creativity x Generative AI Webinar

In this webinar, Professor Jeff Loewenstein and his former student Dani shared their thoughts about leveraging generative AI for teaching and learning about creativity.

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The Importance of Visual Design in Online Courses

When it comes to online courses, beauty is more than skin deep. Studies have shown that the aesthetics of an online course are important factors in motivating students to engage and persist in the…

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CITL Art of Teaching Lunchtime Seminar Series

Pursue Peer Review with Yvonne Redman (School of Music) and Emelie Mies (Center for Innovation in Teaching & Learning - CITL) View transcript.

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Artificial Intelligence: Implications on Teaching & Learning

With the meteoric rise of generative AI like ChatGPT going mainstream, what are the implications for teaching and learning in higher education? We’ve put together a diverse group of campus…

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CITL Art of Teaching Lunchtime Seminar Series: Jenny Amos - Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

Zoom Recording ID: 89487112313 UUID: q1YwI4ASSqC7P5UXRwd1YQ== Meeting Time: 2023-02-02 05:45:49pmGMT

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Hybrid Learning :The Best of Both Worlds, or The Worst?

Art of Teaching Lunchtime Seminar Series Aimee Barbeau and Eric Larson - Gies College of Business Center for Innovation in Teaching & Learning The hybrid classroom is often called the best of…

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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

Simulations and Game-based Learning with Nina Hopkins and Lilach Mollick (Wharton Interactive) Please visit the Attachments tab, above, to download the Primer and other related materials. The…

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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

Synchronous Engagement with hosts Tawnya Means, Jamie Nelson, and Adam King Please visit the Attachments tab, above, to download the Primer and other related materials. The Disruption Lab and the…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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Gies Learning and Technology Coffee Hour - November 2021

Asynchronous Engagement with hosts Tawnya Means, Jamie Nelson, and Adam King Please visit the Attachments tab, above, to download the Primer and other related materials. The Disruption Lab and the…

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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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