These classes for the CCT are being offered this Fall 2017 semester:
- A 697A - Learner Centered Teaching, Erin Dokter
Tuesdays, 3 to 5:30pm in Social Sciences Room 118
This course provides a foundation in learner-centered teaching, and includes theories of adult learning, approaches to course and lesson design, techniques to assess learning, and development of reflective teaching practices. It is appropriate for instructors who want to improve their teaching, and is required for students in the Certificate in College Teaching program.
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Try Something New with Student Peer Review Register
**Please note: This is a two part workshop. The two sessions are complementary and build on each other - they are not duplicate sessions of the same workshop. To maximize learning and interactions with peers, please plan to participate in both workshop sessions.**
Tuesday, August 8 3 to 4pm, ILC Room 136
Digital Badging and Micro-credentialing, A Coffee Break Discussion
Please join the Office of Instruction and Assessment and the Office of Digital Learning for an afternoon coffee break and discussion on digital badging and micro-credentialing!
D2L Celebrates Excellence in Learning, Reveals Inspiring 2017 D2L/Brightspace Award Winners
The Excellence in Integrations and Extensibility Award recognizes D2L/Brightspace Developer Platform users. D2L/Brightspace offers open APIs and integration tools. With the D2L/Brightspace Developer Platform, customers can extend and enhance their D2L/Brightspace solution in countless ways.
Brown Bag: Intercultural Ecology and Faculty Development
WEDNESDAY, JULY 19TH AT 11:30 - 12:30 ILC 103A (OIA Conference room)
A po-ethical dwelling on the land and multimodal online storytelling as research praxis.
Join Mascha Gemein and Visiting Research Scholar and Faculty Developer Julie Vaudrin-Charette for a conversation on weaving pedagogical alliances.
Position Announcement OIA Faculty Development Graduate Assistant
The Office of Instruction and Assessment is looking for a 0.5 FTE graduate assistant for the 2017-2018 academic year. The focus will be to develop experience with and contribute to the work of educational/faculty development on the UA campus. The GA will work within the Faculty and Future Faculty Development team. This position will be a 0.5 Graduate Assistantship with associated benefits.