CEITL Summer Pedagogy Institute

2022 CEITL Summer Pedagogy Institute:
August 2, 3, & 4
Are you ready for your fall 2022 courses?

Consider joining us for our second annual CEITL Summer Pedagogy-Focused Workshops. In this workshop series, CEITL staff will present evidence-based teaching strategies that you can incorporate into your fall 2022 courses to promote student learning.

Arrive with a course and/or a teaching challenge in mind. After brief presentations of evidence-based pedagogical strategies on each of the two workshop days, CEITL staff will be available to work with you individually, from start to finish, to incorporate interventions designed to meet your teaching and learning goals. Click here to schedule your private consultation.

Evidence-Based Pedagogy Workshops (August 2 and 3)

Register for one or both days. Topics include (Times Approximate):

Time:  9am – 12:00pm (presentations)

               1:30pm - 4:15pm (Individual 45-minute appointments with CEITL staff arranged through Doodle)

CEITL Participation: 1 point for Each Date Participated

August 2:

Time Topic
9:00 – 9:30 Prior Knowledge
9:30 – 10:00 Intercultural Competence and Diversity in Classroom
10:00 – 10:45 Course Design: Canvas Course Analytics Can Help
10: 45 – 11:00 Break
11:00 – 11:30 Retrieval Practice
11:30 – 12:00 Peer Instruction (Collaborative Learning)

August 3:

Time Topic
9:00 – 9:30 Scaffolding Reading Assignments
9:30 – 10:00 Worked Examples for Problems/Tasks
10:00 – 10:30 Study Scheduling to Promote Learning
10: 30 – 10:45 Break
10:45 – 11:00 Active Learning: One Size Does Not Fit All. The ICAP Framework
11:30 – 12:00 Peer Instruction (Collaborative Learning)

Teaching & Learning Research & Assessment Institute (August 4)

Time:    9am – 12:00pm (presentations)

                 1:30pm - 4:15pm (Individual 45-minute appointments with CEITL staff arranged through Doodle)

CEITL Participation: 1 point for Each Date Participated

August 4:

Part I: Taking the pulse of your classroom

The MAP:

The Mid-Course Assessment Process (MAP) is a means to gather student feedback mid-way through the semester through a Qualtrics-based online form. This is a great way to hear from your students about their learning experiences and perceptions of the course so far and to make adjustments, if indicated, before the end of the semester. Students’ responses are completely anonymous, and Instructors receive a confidential report 24-48 hours after the MAP has closed. Learn how you can collaborate with CEITL staff to promote student response rates in an effort to gather useful formative information as you work to refine your course.

Formative Assessments:

Are your students meeting the learning goals you set? In this session we will explore methods to gather information to inform your teaching and course design

Classroom Learning Assessment Techniques related to:

                                Foundational Knowledge
                                Application Learning
                                Integration Skills
                                Personal/social Implications
                                Interests/values Related to Course Materials

                                Self-regulated learning

Part II: Course research projects to promote student learning

Discover how you can work with CEITL staff to promote and assess student learning in courses you teach. Arrive with a teaching and learning research question and/or course issue you would like addressed. During this session, we will present on the following:

  • Working with CEITL on a course project to promote learning
  • Case studies: Two examples of semester-long projects
  • Explore examples of possible research topics:
Test anxiety Reading
Student-predictions to promote learning  Peer instruction
Conceptual organization of subject matter  Problem solving
Pre- and post-assessments   Student engagement with team-based learning
Teaching and learning with multimedia  

After presentations, CEITL staff will be available to work with you individually, from start to finish, to explore conducting a teaching and learning research project for your course. Click here to schedule your private consultation.

Past Summer Pedagogy Institutes

Summer Pedagogy-focused Workshops (August 3 and 4, 2021)

Time:   
9am - 11:30am Presentations for 2 hours followed by 1/2-hour discussion
1:30pm - 4:30pm Individual one-hour appointments of faculty with CEITL staff arranged through Doodle 

         CEITL Participation: 1 point for each event (August 3 and 4, 2021)

All sessions will be conducted via Zoom. You will receive a Zoom link the day prior to the scheduled session.

Are you ready for your fall 2021 courses?

Consider joining us for our launch of the 2021 CEITL Summer Pedagogy-focused Workshops. In this workshop series, CEITL staff will present evidence-based teaching strategies that you can incorporate into your fall 2021 courses to promote student learning. Arrive with a course and/or a teaching challenge in mind. After the brief presentations of evidence-based pedagogical strategies on each of the two workshop days, CEITL staff has made available opportunities for 1-1 meetings to work with you, from start to finish, to incorporate interventions designed to meet your teaching and learning goals.

Register for one or both days. Topics include:

August 3 2021:

Students’ Prior Knowledge
Relevance of Course Content for Your Student
Retrieval Practice
Peer Instruction

Collaborative Learning

August 4 2021:

Scaffolding Reading Assignments
Worked Examples for Problems and/or Tasks
Study Scheduling to Promote Learning and Mastery
Collaborative Learning (additional techniques)

Study Skills to Promote Student Success      



Teaching & Learning Research Institute (August 5 2021)

Time:
9am-11:30am Presentations for 2 hours followed by 1/2-hour discussion
1:30pm-4:30pm Individual one-hour appointments of faculty with CEITL staff arranged through Doodle

         ​​​​CEITL Participation: 1 point (August 5 2021)

Part I: Taking the pulse of your classroom

Are your students meeting the learning goals you set? In this session we will explore methods to gather information to inform your teaching and course design.

Classroom Learning Assessment Techniques related to:

                        Foundational Knowledge
                        Application Learning
                        Integration Skills
                        Personal/social Implications
                        Interests/values Related to Course Materials

                        Self-regulated learning

Part II: Course research projects to promote student learning

Discover how you can work with CEITL staff to promote and assess student learning in courses you teach. Arrive with a teaching and learning research question and/or course issue you would like addressed. During this session, we will present on the following:

  • Working with CEITL on a course project to promote learning
  • Case studies: Two examples of semester-long projects
  • Explore examples of possible research topics:
Test anxiety
Student-predictions to promote learning
Peer instruction
Problem solving
Reading
Student engagement with team-based learning
Teaching and learning with multimedia
Pre- and post-assessments
Conceptual organization of subject matter
 
After the brief presentations, CEITL staff has made available opportunities for 1-1 meetings to work with you, from start to finish, to explore conducting a teaching and learning research project for your course.