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January 21, 2019

Announcements

SoTL Keynote Event: Why They Can’t Write

CITL Instructional Grants Available

FACET Innovate Awards Applications Due Jan 24

FACET Seeking Facilitators for Spring Retreat

Upcoming Events

Community-Engaged Learning: Critical Reflection to Deepen Student Learning

Microresistance as a Technique to Address Microaggressions in Our Classrooms

Leading Discussions II

Service-Learning: Building Community-based Partnerships Rooted in Trust

STEM Coffee Hour: Starting and Funding Your Research on Teaching

Rethinking the Classroom: Engaging Students with Top Hat

For Graduate Students: Writing a Diversity Statement

Teaching with Technology Faculty Showcase: Creating On-demand Media with Kaltura and Doceri

Service-Learning Coffee Hour: Working with Advocates for Community Engagement

Peer Review of Student Assignments Across the Disciplines

Using Open Educational Resources to Further Student Success

Announcements

CITL Instructional Grants Available

Apply now for a CITL instructional grant to support your development of innovative teaching approaches. Most deadlines are Feb 24.

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FACET Innovate Awards Applications Due Jan 24

FACET's Innovate Awards recognize faculty who bring passion, innovation, and creativity to the classroom to promote student success.

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FACET Seeking Facilitators for Spring Retreat

FACET members can propose sessions for FACET's spring retreat through Jan 24.

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Upcoming Events

Community-Engaged Learning: Critical Reflection to Deepen Student Learning

Tuesday, January 21, 2020 2:30 p.m. - 4 p.m., Wells Library E243

This 90 minute workshop introduces participants to the role and importance of reflection in applied learning pedagogies (community-engaged learning, service-learning, experiential learning) and gives participants practice designing assignments using the DEAL Model.

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Microresistance as a Technique to Address Microaggressions in Our Classrooms

Wednesday, January 22, 2020 2:30 p.m. - 3:45 p.m., Wells Library E243

As an instructor, how do you handle a microaggression that happens in your classroom? In this workshop, we will develop a shared language for talking about biases and share approaches for addressing microaggressions.

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Leading Discussions II

Thursday, January 23, 2020 12 noon - 1 p.m., Wells Library E243

Experience structured activities designed to promote engaged, equitable participation in the classroom. Participants will try several techniques and discuss when to strategically use them in their own classes.

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Service-Learning: Building Community-based Partnerships Rooted in Trust

Thursday, January 23, 2020 2 p.m. - 3:30 p.m., Wells Library E243

Community-engaged learning depends on authentic relationships between not only students and their service sites, but between those service sites and the instructor as well. Join in this interactive workshop to map out how to identify partners for your community-engaged learning, drawing on your own investment in our community...

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STEM Coffee Hour: Starting and Funding Your Research on Teaching

Monday, January 27, 2020 10 a.m. - 11:30 a.m., Chemistry Building C002R

Join this conversation with Shannon Sipes, Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) Program Director, to learn more about conducting research on your teaching. She can answer your questions about approaches to this research, such as SoTL and DBER (discipline-based education research).

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Rethinking the Classroom: Engaging Students with Top Hat

Multiple Dates, Online

Are you tired of watching your students’ eyes glaze over? Are you interested in knowing more about what your students know (or don’t know)? In this webinar, Top Hat trainers will share everything you need to know in order to implement basic active learning into the classroom.

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For Graduate Students: Writing a Diversity Statement

Thursday, January 30, 2020 10:30 a.m. - 12 noon, Wells Library E243

Academic job committees are increasingly requesting applicants submit a diversity statement. In this workshop, participants will learn strategies on how to reflect on diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice, as well as how to craft a diversity statement.

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Teaching with Technology Faculty Showcase: Creating On-demand Media with Kaltura and Doceri

Thursday, January 30, 2020 12 noon - 1 p.m., Online

IU Bloomington's Kim Arnold and Meghan Porter will share how they use Kaltura paired with Doceri to create annotated lectures and review videos that are highly used and valued by their students. They will also discuss how their use of these technologies has afforded greater interactivity during class and created a more equitable course.

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Service-Learning Coffee Hour: Working with Advocates for Community Engagement

Friday, January 31, 2020 9:30 a.m. - 11 a.m., Wells Library E243

Join us, several Advocates for Community Engagement (ACEs), and fellow instructors to discuss how ACEs can support service as part of a course. Hear ACEs' experiences working with students in their agencies, supporting their learning, and contributing educational content to your class.

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Peer Review of Student Assignments Across the Disciplines

Friday, January 31, 2020 1:30 p.m. - 3 p.m., Wells Library E243

Many instructors avoid using peer review because they aren’t sure how peer review might fit into their courses, aren’t sure how to grade student feedback, and they worry about the time it takes to do peer review. Yet the benefit to students is clear - peer review allows students to practice giving and receiving formal, structured feedback...

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Using Open Educational Resources to Further Student Success

Monday, February 3, 2020 12 noon - 12:45 p.m., Online

This short webinar will introduce Open Educational Resources (OER), high-quality free and openly licensed course materials that you can adapt to your classroom. The session will focus on how instructors can find and evaluate OER.

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