CTL: Center for Teaching and Learning

Upcoming Events and Calendar At the CTL unless otherwise noted

 

  • Events are at the CTL unless otherwise noted.
  • If you have events that you would like added to the calendar, please email Rachel.
  • Adaptive equipment, and connection by Zoom for events at the CTL is available by request.
  • You can sign up by clicking the titles below.

 Fall 2019

Workshops

The Fall 2019 workshop series is complete and we look forward to seeing you in spring!

Discussion groups

Book Club: White Fragility Tuesdays the weeks of 9/9, 10/14 and 12/2
Scholarly Research and Writing group

group 1 times

group 2 times  

noon - 1 pm

9/3, 9/17, 10/1, 10/15, 10/29, 11/12

contact: Marlowe Daly-Galeano

10:15AM-11:30AM

10/2
10/16
10/30
11/13
12/4
contact:
Kylee
Britzman
The Scholarly Research and Writing group is a support network designed to allow faculty to meet regularly to set goals, share progress and setbacks on their research and writing, and encourage one another in their scholarly projects. We do not exchange or workshop our writing, but rather we use the meetings to keep us active and accountable in our diverse research and writing projects.  Past participants have worked on and completed book proposals and chapters, articles, conference proposals and papers, podcasts, posters, textbooks, surveys, and professional resources.  If you have questions about the group, are interested in participating, or would like to set up a second meeting group that meets at another time, please email Marlowe Daly-Galeano at hmdalygaleano@lcsc.edu. Or just show up at the first meeting.

 

Faculty Inquiry 9/13, 10/18 and 11/22 at noon
New Faculty Orientation
Friday, September 6
noon - 1 pm
Scholarship and Professional Development
Meet (or re-meet) your first year faculty cohort and share your thoughts and questions about scholarship. Faculty guests from across campus will tell us about how they balance
their scholarship and teaching. Also on- and off- campus grant and professional
development opportunities will be presented.
Friday, October 11
noon - 1 pm
Advising and Mentoring - Senior Director of Academic Advising, Debra Lybyer, will walk us through the nuts and bolts of online advising and tell us about how her office and faculty work together. Amanda will also talk about our mentor model.

Friday, November 1
noon - 1 pm
Teaching - This is the heart of what we do at LCSC, and we talk about it all of the time. Share your first semester successes and challenges, and Amanda and Rachel will bring along a few tips and ideas as well.

 

"Le Petit Prince" discussion (en Francais) Tuesdays 11 am, all levels of French welcome

 Spring 2020

Book club: Range by Epstein

January 30

noon - 1 pm

Play and Creativity in the College Classroom - Suzanne Rousseau

Come start your semester on a joyful note by joining Suzanne Rousseau as she describes her journey to bringing more play into her college classroom. During the workshop, you will have the opportunity to discuss and develop your approach to play for your students, and also consider why it is important. 

February 10, noon - 1 pm and 3 - 4 pm

Building an Inclusive Community is Everyone’s Work: Strategies for Increasing Participation in Diversity and Inclusion Work in Higher Ed. - Derek Adams (IPC)

Contact is Marlowe Daly-Galeano with support from the Rosehill Foundation. Public lecture at noon. CTL workshop at 3 pm.

February 18, noon - 1 pm  

Applying Affective Science, through Beauty, to develop Deep Learning - Rhett Diessner

The first part of this workshop will be a hands-on engaging activity in which beautiful art is the subtext for helping students think like social scientists and reach a deeper understanding of course objectives. The second part will be modeling of story-telling to address some of the deepest issues of human existence while immersing students in visual beauty. Experiences of beauty in the classroom evoke the emotions emphasized in Cavanaugh's work on affective science in the classroom.

 

March 8-10

Talk at noon on the 9th

Osasere M. Evbuomwan, Ph.D. LCSC alumna and Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, University of San Francisco. Contact is Rachel Jameton with support from INBRE.

 

TBD NVivo - Jennifer Gardnerin 
TBD Faculty wellbeing
TBD Finding Joy - Royal
TBD Creativity, meaningful work and personal growth - Marlowe and Rachel
TBD Belonging project meeting
TBD Belonging project workshop/panel
TBD Academic Leadership: how to build teams with students that are competitive
TBD Writing Across the Curriculum
TBD Managing student engagement and student expectations
TBD Sketchnotes - Hilary
TBD Intergroup Dialogue - Holly
TBD Idaho’s 5 tribes and the unique relationship between LCSC and the Nez Perce NationBob Sobotta 
TBD Equitable classroom practices (IPC) - Kylee and Renee
TBD Direction and job description writing
TBD Self-insight, reflection and direction - Jenny Scott 
TBD 6 apps in 60 minutes
TBD Considerations for an Inclusive Classroom (IPC) - Julie and Spencer
TBD "Creating an environment where integrity and ethics matter"
 TBD  Course design with students having high ACE scores - Lauren 

 Fall 2020

TBD OER with Harold
   

 

Others

 TBD  Regularly occuring (and always available by request)
  • Design Charrettes for problem solving in online classes with Carrie  
  • Authentic Learning - Ayo, Nina
  • Synthesis and Critical thinking - Lloyd
  • Productive uses of cell phones - Kerensa
  • Reflection with Michelle and Ella-Mae
  • Plagiarism Prevention
  • Community Building
  • Hidden curriculum 
  • Crisis training
  • Crumping
  • How to distinguish between real and fake news - Johanna Bjork
  • Multicultural counseling with Manee
  • Snagit and microlectures with Carrie Kyser and Angela Meek
  • Designing garden-based experiential learning activities and co-teaching activities
  • Guided Inquiry Workshop Design Group 
  • Online engagement
  • Course Design
    • overview
    • outcomes
    • active learning
    • assessment (classroom assessment techniques)
  • Introduction to Observation
  • How We Connect Learning to Life, Big and Small
  • Gaming - Angela Wartel
  • Providing useful feedback to students/effective and efficient Grading - Rachel

note: An asterisk in front of a name indicates that the event organizer is not the CTL. Please contact organizers of asterisked events directly if you have questions. All other events have been organized by the CTL and inquiries can be directed to tlc@lcsc.edu.