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We hope you're settling in to productive and enjoyable routines. So...what happens when things do not go as planned?
"What Just Happened?"
environments (10/9) will provide practical strategies you can implement right away.
BONUS: Watch our video about dominant students if that is relevant to you.
ITL Registration Opens Oct. 7
Make plans to RSVP for the fourth bi-annual Inclusive Teaching and Learning Symposium taking place on November 4. This symposium will focus on creating sustainable culture change in our work around diversity, equity, and inclusion.
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October is a great month to solicit feedback from students. Graduatestudents can attend the TPS session this Friday (10/4). The FIC also offers web resources about the Whys and Hows for collecting feedback.
The FIC workshop (10/17) and PTF Think Tank (10/24) this month focus on identifying and implementing active learning strategies. The workshop will be hands-on, while the think tank is a safe space to talk with colleagues.
EL: Autonomy Oct. 25
How much autonomy do we give students on a project and what kind of structures can we provide to help them through the process? Attend part two of the Experiential Learning fall series to find solutions.
- Teaching Preparation Series: Title IX (10/9), Learning Theory (11/1), DEI Statements (11/6), and Teaching Statements (11/8)
- Experiential Learning: What, Why, and How workshop (11/7) and PTF Think Tank (11/12)
- EL Fall Series: Setbacks (Part 3 of 3, 11/15)
See the FIC Calendar for more: Canvas office hours, OER meetups, and Technology-Enhanced Learning conversations.