Tuesday October 22, 2013, 10:00 am-11:30 am
Center for Teaching and Learning, North Instructional Plaza Classroom
Presenter: Dr. Denise Domizi, Center for Teaching and Learning
In this session of the SoTL workshop series, participants will determine what types
of data they will need to answer their research questions, select appropriate
methods of analysis, and make preparations for submitting an application to the
Human Subjects Institutional Review Board. Participants are encouraged to attend
both parts of this hands-on workshop sequence.
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CIRTL Online Workshop: Active Learning in Large Enrollment Classes
Wednesday, Oct 23, 2013, 2:00-3:00
Center for the
Integration of Teaching, Learning, and Research
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Presenter: Dr. Richard Shingles, Johns Hopkins University
Lecturer, Department of Biology, and Director of TA Training Institute
Instructors of large enrollment classes will learn about ways in which to implement active learning in the lecture hall. The process of engaging students from the first class meeting will be outlined, with particular emphasis on strategies to help students to get to know one another and techniques through which the faculty can learn names in the
anonymous “sea” of students. Instructors will learn how to implement, organize, and conduct group work within the lecture hall. A few specific examples of active learning exercises will be demonstrated. Finally instructors will learn about ways to informally assess learning in the lecture hall.
CIRTL Online Coffee Hour: Creating an Inclusive Classroom I: What our Men of Color Have to Say
Thursday, October 24, 2013, 2:00-3:00
Center for the Integration of Teaching, Learning, and Research
To join the session, go to: http://www.cirtl.net/events
- Cristóbal Salinas Jr., Iowa State University, Multicultural Liaison Officer & Academic Advisor
- Denise Williams, Iowa State University, Diversity Coordinator, College of Human Sciences
- LeQuetia N. Ancar, Iowa State University, Assistant Director of Student Services, Multicultural Liaison Officer, College of Engineering
“I don’t like going to the class…the other students, the professor…I don’t feel like I belong there.” Could this quote be from a student in your class? The multicultural student population is increasing at most institutions across the U.S., while their retention and graduation rates have historically been lower than their majority peers. To address this disparity, this CIRTL Coffee Hour will take a look at the learning environment for multicultural students. These seminars will prepare you to better understand and address racial dynamics in the classroom with a focus on the student voice. We will discuss issues from a global, local, and individual perspective, assisting
you to create a more inclusive environment. As a part of the Coffee Hour we will
focus on three different populations: Men of Color, Latino/a Students, and African American students.
Please contact Judy Milton, email@example.com,
for additional information about CIRTL activities.