All programming is held in the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Scholarship; LIB-213, unless otherwise noted.
Online Pedagogy Series
Bancha Srikacha; Instructional Technologist, Center for Teaching, Learning, and Scholarship
Wednesday; March 6, 12:30 - 1:30 pm
Wednesday; March 27, 12:30 - 1:30 pm
Wednesday; April 17, 12:30 - 1:30 pm
Wednesday; May 1, 12:30 - 1:30 pm
This programming series will explore faculty questions about online pedagogy, and introduce the fundamentals of online course design. Explore strategies for student engagement, approaches to presenting content, and create an effective virtual teaching and learning environment.
Attendance at all meetings is not necessary, but participants completing all workshops will have a head start on developing their own online course should they choose to propose one.
Reacting to the Past: Students React to Reacting
Professor Caralyn Bialo, English Department
Erica Sandilands, first-year CSCH student
Juan Arenas, first-year CSCH student
Brigid Sullivan, first-year CSCH student
Wednesday, April 17, 4:15-5:45 pm
Following our Reacting to the Past event from the fall, the CTLS will host a session for faculty and staff to learn more about Reacting from the students who have experienced it first-hand.
Reacting to the Past is an innovative project-based and game-based pedagogy in which the classroom is transported to another time and place and students become the figures responsible for solving the pressing social, political, economic, and scientific problems of other eras.
At this event, the students will be our teachers. Castle Scholars students who played "Stages of Power" in the fall semester will share how Reacting presented unique learning challenges and what they took away from the game.
Faculty will also have a chance to explore the wide library of Reacting games to think about whether Reacting is a useful pedagogy for their own classrooms.