Event Type

Learning Circle

Location

Online

Start Date

18-2-2021 11:00 AM

End Date

6-5-2021 12:00 PM

Description

The Center of Excellence in Teaching in Learning (CETL) would like to announce a learning circle that will operate as a community of practice (COP), utilizing the science behind two books to reflect and apply these principles to the craft of teaching. Small Teaching by James Lang (2016) and Small Teaching Online by Flower Darby and James Lang (2019) explore the concept of how we can improve our teaching by doing small manageable things to improve.

The books may be purchased or accessed online at Z-library. Please join us for a 4-month opportunity to focus on your teaching in a learning community. You will find this opportunity to be engaging, motivating, and beneficial to you as the instructor, but most importantly to your students.

Notes

Benefits of the Learning Circle

  • Engage with other faculty about teaching
  • Develop your teaching skills
  • Increased enjoyment in teaching
  • Decreased burnout and enhanced student outcomes in your class(es)

Professional development certificate after completion.Can be used as part of a dossier or self-evaluation.

All meetings will be conducted via Zoom on the following dates:

Thursday, February 18: 11 am-noon
Friday, March 19: 11 am-noon
Friday, April 16: 11 am-noon
Thursday, May 6: 11 am-noon

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Feb 18th, 11:00 AM May 6th, 12:00 PM

Small Teaching and Small Teaching Online | Learning Circle

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The Center of Excellence in Teaching in Learning (CETL) would like to announce a learning circle that will operate as a community of practice (COP), utilizing the science behind two books to reflect and apply these principles to the craft of teaching. Small Teaching by James Lang (2016) and Small Teaching Online by Flower Darby and James Lang (2019) explore the concept of how we can improve our teaching by doing small manageable things to improve.

The books may be purchased or accessed online at Z-library. Please join us for a 4-month opportunity to focus on your teaching in a learning community. You will find this opportunity to be engaging, motivating, and beneficial to you as the instructor, but most importantly to your students.

 

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