Now in its fifth year, the Teaching Dialogues series is a regular campus-wide discussion on pressing topics related to teaching and learning, hosted by the Center for Teaching and Learning and the Academic Senate Committee on Teaching.
All faculty, graduate students, and academic staff are welcome and encouraged to participate.
Recaps of Fall 2017 Teaching Dialogues
- Redefining the College Lecture (October 24, 2017)
Panelists: Michelle Douskey (Chemistry), Greg Niemeyer (Art Practice), Terry Johnson (Bioengineering). Moderated by Lynn Tran (Lawrence Hall of Science)
- Managing Logistics and Maximizing Learning in Large-Enrollment Courses (October 30, 2017)
Open discussion moderated by Richard Freishtat (Center for Teaching and Learning)
- Designing Successful Team Projects: How, Why, and For Whom (November 6, 2017)
Panelists: Robert Full (Integrative Biology), Sara Beckman (Haas School of Business), Seth Lunine (Geography, American Cultures Engaged Scholarship). Moderate by Sean Burns (Office of Undergraduate Research and Scholarship)
- End-of-Semester Student Evaluations of Teaching: What Can and Should We Do to Improve Response Rates and Quality? (November 13, 2017)
Open discussion moderated by Oliver O'Reilly (chair, Academic Senate's Committee on Teaching), with Richard Freishtat (Center for Teaching and Learning) and Miles Lincoln (Educational Technology Services)