Event Type

Learning Circle

Location

Online

Event Website

https://ctl.columbia.edu/resources-and-technology/resources/podcast/

Start Date

15-3-2021 11:00 AM

End Date

13-4-2021 12:00 AM

Description

Why do we do what we do in the classroom? Science does not back all of our pedagogy. What ideas are dead in teaching and learning? What ideas should we reflect on and alter for the benefit of being effective, inclusive, and engaging instructors?

Join the CETL for a 4-meeting series where we will listen to a podcast series "Dead Ideas in Teaching and Learning" through Columbia University. We will meet to discuss various ideas and reflect on the podcasts and our personal practices. If you like listening to podcasts, this one's for you!

Each meeting we will chat about 2 different podcasts Podcasts range in time from 20-45 minutes.

Benefits of the Learning Circle

  • Engage with other faculty about teaching
  • Develop your teaching skills (reflect on "dead" practices")
  • Increased enjoyment in teaching, decreased burnout, and enhance student outcomes in your class(es)

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

Notes

Dead Ideas in Teaching and Learning is a podcast hosted by CTL Executive Director, Catherine Ross. Their mission is to encourage instructors, students, and leaders in higher education to reflect on what they believe about teaching and learning. In each episode, guests are invited to share their discoveries of “dead ideas”—ideas that are not true but that are often widely believed and embedded in the pedagogical choices we make.

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Dead Ideas in Teaching and Learning | Learning Circle

Online

Why do we do what we do in the classroom? Science does not back all of our pedagogy. What ideas are dead in teaching and learning? What ideas should we reflect on and alter for the benefit of being effective, inclusive, and engaging instructors?

Join the CETL for a 4-meeting series where we will listen to a podcast series "Dead Ideas in Teaching and Learning" through Columbia University. We will meet to discuss various ideas and reflect on the podcasts and our personal practices. If you like listening to podcasts, this one's for you!

Each meeting we will chat about 2 different podcasts Podcasts range in time from 20-45 minutes.

Benefits of the Learning Circle

  • Engage with other faculty about teaching
  • Develop your teaching skills (reflect on "dead" practices")
  • Increased enjoyment in teaching, decreased burnout, and enhance student outcomes in your class(es)

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

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