Introduction to POGIL

Are your students... Engaging actively in critical thinking in the classroom and laboratory? Drawing conclusions by analyzing information and discussing ideas? Working in self-managed teams to master concepts and solve problems? Reflecting on what they have learned...

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Diverse Perspectives & Cultures Update!

Submitted by the Diverse Perspectives & Cultures Work Group of the Learning Assessment Committee Remember the Spring 2017 Diverse Perspectives & Cultures general education assessment? Through this assessment, we learned that students need additional support...

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STEMBusters: Strategies for STEM Inclusivity

Have you ever wondered how best to support deaf and hard-of-hearing students in your STEM courses? In this seminar, faculty will study different teaching strategies and scaffolding methods designed to assist and encourage those students. In addition to introducing...

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GIFTS: Great Ideas for Teaching Speech

As we end the fall semester and begin our preparations for the spring, consider attending the Communication Arts Holiday GIFTS Workshop and share your favorite idea, exercise, rubric, or teaching technique. This will also be a great opportunity for us to celebrate the...

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Teaching with Geospatial Technologies

Written by Mukila Maitha, Assistant Professor, Geography The Teaching with Geospatial Technologies Community of Practice (CoP) brings together faculty who have an active interest in the use and infusion of GIS (Geographic Information Systems), GPS (Global Positioning...

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Upcoming Events

  1. Final Exams

    December 10 - December 14
  2. Comparative Education Lecture: Costa Rica

    December 12 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
  3. GIFTS: Great Ideas for Teaching Speech Workshop

    December 13 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm