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Symposia for 2014 - 2015

CTL's fall symposium offers sessions on the new 'Canvas,' curriculum alignment, experiential learning and much more!

Spring 2014 Teaching Symposium

This term's symposium featured a broad variety of topics: curriculum design, flipped classrooms, experiential learning, and international students, to name just a few.

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Despite the preponderance of research documenting the limitations and inappropriate use of students’ ratings instruction as a primary evaluation of teaching quality,  many universities continue to rely heavily, if...

04/28/2015 - 12:34pm

Article in the Chronicle of Higher Education outlines four broad characteristics of powerful teachers: Personality,Presence, Preparation and Passion. http://m.chronicle.com/article/The-4-Properties-of-Powerful/228483/...

04/16/2015 - 1:36pm

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Episode 12: iPads in the Classroom – Maggie Niess

What can tablet computing do for education? This is a question that many educators are facing as classroom infrastructure grows to include iPads and other tablet computers. Maggie Niess, emeritus professor...

Episode 11: Collaborative Exams – John Selker

In this episode, we talk with Professor John Selker, who allows students in his Stochastic Hydrology course to cheat on their exams. But not really! In this class, it’s not cheating, it's part of a new assessment...

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