This is the first workshop in the Engaged Scholarship Event Series for Spring 2017. This series gives faculty and graduate students an introduction to engaged teaching and research methods. You will explore innovative community-engaged projects that are happening across campus, learn about models for service-learning in the classroom, and develop their own project ideas and assignments.
Event Category: For Faculty
This session will explore blended approaches to receiving and providing feedback for instructors and students. We will review formative assessment techniques for preparing students for class and getting feedback on student understanding. In addition, we will review blended ways to give students feedback on their performance on summative assessments. Columbia faculty and graduate students from all departments are welcome and encouraged to attend.
In these workshops, CTL learning designers help instructors learn to manage course websites, use tools for collaboration, improve presentations, produce video lectures, and create innovative, multimedia-based assignments.
Spring 2017 Teachers Lounges consider approaches to class discussion that genuinely engage a diverse range of students. In this session we consider models for priming forthright conversation and licensing intellectual risk-taking during class discussions. What does educational literature suggest — and what do we see really working here at Columbia?
You already know the benefits of employing the case study method in your courses: it’s evidence-based, interdisciplinary, and application-driven. Now you’re looking for support in the implementation process. This workshop provides that support.