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March 6, 2018

Announcements

Please remind your students: On Mar 11, UITS will transfer your IU student email from Umail to Google at IU Gmail

Flipping Your Class, Part 3: What Should I Do? So Much Room for Activities!

Present Your Community Engaged Teaching

Apply for Sustainability Grants; Applications Due Mar 9

HOLD THE DATE: Associate Instructor Teaching Orientation Aug 15

HOLD THE DATE: Classroom Climate Workshop Aug 14 and 16

Upcoming Events

For Graduate Students: Inclusive Teaching Strategies

Service-Learning Coffee Hour: “But It’s Ungradable!”: Using Reflective Writing for Learning and Assessment in Service Experiences

SoTL Brown Bag: SoTL Literature

SoTL Event - SoTL and the Community of Inquiry

Conference on Curricular Community Engaged Learning

Announcements

Flipping Your Class, Part 3: What Should I Do? So Much Room for Activities!

We begin part three by planning the in-class portion where students will have peer and instructor support in achieving the advanced LOs...

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Present Your Community Engaged Teaching

Service-Learning Program seeks proposals for presentations and award nominations for a Conference on Curricular Community Engaged Learning.

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Apply for Sustainability Grants; Applications Due Mar 9

Be sure to check out the grants offered by the Office of Sustainability in the areas of course development, community of practice, and research development.

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HOLD THE DATE: Associate Instructor Teaching Orientation Aug 15

Our teaching orientation for associate instructors is on Wed, Aug 15, 2018, 9am-4pm in the IMU. Last year's schedule to be updated soon.

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HOLD THE DATE: Classroom Climate Workshop Aug 14 and 16

The REQUIRED Classroom Climate Workshop for new AIs will be Aug 14 and 16, 4-6pm. Last year's schedule to be updated is here.

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Upcoming Events

For Graduate Students: Inclusive Teaching Strategies

Wednesday, March 7, 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM, CITL Workshop Room (Wells Library E243)

Are you interested in learning strategies for teaching with diversity? Do you identify as a member of a marginalized group? By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to identify which types of tools exist for teaching diverse topics. Participants will also discuss concepts such as the “Banking Concept of Teaching” and “Integrity in Teaching”.

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Service-Learning Coffee Hour: “But It’s Ungradable!”: Using Reflective Writing for Learning and Assessment in Service Experiences

Friday, March 9, 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM, CITL Workshop Room (Wells Library E243)

Reflective writing is a broad and important tool for helping students make sense of service experiences in service-learning and community engaged classes. Dr. Katie Silvester (English), Dr. Joan Linton (English), and Dr. John Paul Kanwit (Campus Writing Program) will discuss what engaged writing looks like across the curriculum in both domestic and international settings. They will provide strategies for employing reflective writing, including the use of rhetorical frameworks, deep listening practices, and observational writing. Participants will also leave the coffee hour with methods for assessing students on what they have learned through their reflective writings.

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SoTL Brown Bag: SoTL Literature

Tuesday, March 20, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM, CITL Workshop Room (Wells Library E243)

Spending years studying to become an academic provides us with a deep level of disciplinary knowledge. When we want to begin looking at the scholarship around the teaching and learning of our discipline, we often revert back to novices, unsure of the search terminology to use and where to find the desired literature. In this informal brown bag session, we will explore roads into the literature on the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL) and common jargon helpful as search terms.

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SoTL Event - SoTL and the Community of Inquiry

Friday, March 30, 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM, Frangipani Room (IMU)

The Community of Inquiry (CoI) theoretical framework is composed of 3 ‘presences’ that are the conceptual elements which cohere to create meaningful learning experiences. Social presence is the ability of participants to identify with the community, communicate purposefully, and develop inter-personal relationships by projecting...

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Conference on Curricular Community Engaged Learning

Friday, April 20, 8:30 AM - 1:40 PM, GA1118 & GA1122 (GISB)

The conference is inspired by the launch of IU Corps, a network designed to unite, expand, and amplify the campus’s service-focused courses, research, internships and volunteer opportunities. The goals of this half-day conversation are to display a range of community engaged teaching and learning; recognize efforts of faculty, community partners, and students; share tools and approaches to CEL; and contribute to...

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