Assignment Design

Adobe Fellows @ Berkeley: Creativity Across the Curriculum

How can we leverage technology to support teaching and learning in ways that foster public understanding, amplify diverse voices, and empower students?

Group shot of first cohort of Adobe Fellows, October 2018 

Defining Digital Literacies

October 16, 2019, 4:00pm

Models of digital literacies emphasize the importance of critical consumption and creation of content as a part of one’s digital identity and wellbeing. How do we facilitate students’ active engagement online as responsible digital citizens? How do we encourage the skillsets and mindsets that make up digital literacies in a classroom setting? How do we define digital literacies?

We will look at several models (Virginia Tech, Jisc, and New Media Consortium) in order to better understand and define digital literacies and discuss how we can develop them in teaching and learning.

Designing for Digital Literacy

Co-hosted by the Berkeley College Writing Programs and Library. Join us for our ongoing conversation series about critical thinking and teaching in a digital age.

2019 Teaching and Research Resource Fair

April 18, 2019, 11:00am
Join us for our third annual AIS-palooza! Connect with service providers and academic support units from across campus to get your question answered, find inspiration, and learn about new ideas.
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Teaching Dialogues

Teaching Dialogues are a regular series of campus-wide discussions on pressing topics related to teaching and learning, hosted by the Center for Teaching and Learning and the Academic Senate's Committee on Teaching.

Assignment Design for Social Justice Education

April 17, 2017, 2:00pm

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Open to: All faculty, graduate students, and academic support staff

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Redefining the College Lecture

October 24, 2017, 12:00pm

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Open to: All instructors and academic staff

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Designing Successful Team Projects—Why, How, and For Whom

November 6, 2017, 12:00pm
What are the key ingredients for a successful, long-term group assignment? What does it take to pull this off in a classroom or research setting? How might teaming look different across different disciplines, and what is to be gained from taking a team-based approach to learning? Join a distinguished panel of Berkeley faculty from Integrative Biology, Geography, and the Haas School of Business as they share their experiences and insights, talk about nuts and bolts (project management, team composition, grading and assessment), and expound on the benefits of teaming for student learning.
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