Feeling burdened by how much material you have to cover in a short amount of time? Frustrated that your students don’t seem to be “getting” the content or actively engaging in class discussions? Wondering how you can make room for reflection or individualized learning with (insert large number) students in your class?
Looking for ways to make your course better without tearing everything apart and starting over?
Hear from faculty peers who have been there, done that (in different disciplines with different class sizes), and who have emerged renewed, re-engaged, and with lots of stories and strategies to share. Bring your questions and your own ideas, and join in some informal group problem solving! Whether you’re new or veteran to teaching, all are welcome.
A light lunch will be served at 12 (participants are also welcome to bring their own) and the program will begin shortly after. Please RSVP so we can plan accordingly.
- Brandi Catanese (Theater, Dance and Performance Studies)
- Miryam Sas (Comparative Literature)
- Terry Johnson (Bioengineering), faculty advisor for the Center for Teaching and Learning
- Moderated by Rita-Marie Conrad, senior consultant, Center for Teaching and Learning