CNDLS would like to congratulate two Apprenticeship in Teaching program graduates who were recognized by Georgetown for outstanding teaching. Amelia Tseng and Jessica Grieser, both doctoral candidates in Linguistics, were part of the first select group of graduate students to receive the Graduate Teaching Awards presented by the Graduate Student Organization.
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This fall, Georgetown will offer two courses on the edX platform: Introduction to Bioethics and Globalization’s Winners and Losers: Challenges for Developed and Developing Countries.
Interested in making your lectures more engaging? Then, join us for a fun, interactive presentation about clickers and how they can enrich teaching and learning.
Doyle Faculty Fellows are asked to redesign a course so that issues of diversity, difference, empathy, and student experience play a central role in the course.
The spring 2013 Scholarly Communication Symposium, which will be held on Friday, April 12, will focus on a discussion of student learning and assessment in an online environment.
Campus Technology recently featured the work of former TLT Fellow Betsy Page Sigman (MSB) and her CNDLS team on using Google Plus in the classroom.
The Chronicle recently featured the work of David M. Levy, who collaborated with Georgetown a few years ago to research student attitudes toward technology.
Today, CNDLS was proud to co-sponsor the 2013 Georgetown University Undergraduate Research Symposium, featuring panels and poster presentations by undergraduate students representing research across a range of disciplines.
The Center for New Designs in Learning and Scholarship (CNDLS), in partnership with Echo360, invites you to a “Lunch and Learn” event on how you can use lecture capture to enhance teaching and student learning in your courses.
Since winter storms don’t usually coincide with spring break, you may want to take this opportunity to think about how you might continue coursework in the face of an unexpected disruption, whether related to weather, illness, or other reasons.