This week we will having 3 learning community meeting, refreshments will be provided (see location and time below).
Learning Community: Improving Teaching with Psychology
Leader: James Schaeffer
Time and Location: Monday, April 17th, at 1:00PM in Life Science 501
Meeting Topic: Developing Good Study Habits
Learning Community: Core Strategies in Teaching in Undergraduate STEM Lab classes
Leader: Goutam Sarker
Time and Location: Wednesday, April 19th, at 10:00AM in Life Science 128
Meeting Topic: Review of the overall teaching strategies in Lab classes
Learning Community: Strategies for Creating Effective Learning Communities in the Classroom
Leader: Shafaq Moten
Time and Location: Wednesday, April 19th, at 2:00PM in Science Hall 105
Meeting Topic: Teaching as Research (TAR); Updates on Implementations of strategies utilized
TODAY: 4-5:30PM ET/ 3-4:30PM CT/ 2-3:30PM MT/ 1-2:30PM PT
Please click here to RSVP for this online event
Every year, the CIRTL Network showcases what graduate students and postdocs at top universities are doing to become better STEM teachers. These students take on year-long Teaching-as-Research (TAR) projects designed to test out innovative new approaches in STEM/SBE classrooms. This afternoon, 18 TAR students will report their findings back to the Network in our biggest event of the year.
This event will be an excellent opportunity for new students to learn more about the TAR process, for local TAR leaders to learn about what other institutions are doing, and for everyone to learn more about what the CIRTL Network does.
Want to attend? The session will take place online in Blackboard Collaborate; you will need a computer with speakers or headphones, and a reliable internet connection in order to attend. Once you RSVP, you will receive access to the online meeting room where the event will take place.
Please click here to RSVP for this online event.
|CIRTL Quick Links
RSVP for TAR Presentations
How to Attend CIRTL Events
How to Use Blackboard Collaborate
How to Create a Website Account
We strive to be inclusive of anyone interested in participating in our events. If you have specific accessibility needs, please contact Kate Diamond (firstname.lastname@example.org) before the event.
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Telephone: 608.263.0630, Fax: 608.265.0538
This material is based on work supported by the National
Science Foundation under
Grant No. DUE-1231286