Kicking off the 14th session of TLISI, plenary speaker Jeff Selingo, author of New York Times best selling College (Un)Bound: The Future of Higher Education and What It Means for Students, laid out some of the tough questions facing higher education today. Ranging from the rise of non-traditional students to the crush of increasing financial… Read more »
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Amanda Munroe, Curriculum Coordinator at the Center of Social Justice Research and Andria Wisler, Executive Director for the Center for Social Justice (CSJ), facilitated a session devoted to reflection in the classroom on Monday, May 18 during the first day of the Teaching, Learning, and Innovation Summer Institute (TLISI). Both Andria and Amanda are making immense progress… Read more »
This year’s Teaching, Learning, & Innovation Summer Institute (TLISI) took place May 19-22 and brought together faculty across all campuses to design the Georgetown classroom of the future. Faculty discussed course design in the context of changes in higher education, learned about new technologies, and proposed experiments to enhance classroom interactions. There were four tracks… Read more »
More than 100 faculty and staff participated this year in CNDLS’s annual Teaching, Learning, and Innovation Summer Institute (TLISI). From May 20-23, participants were invited to attend one of three different programs: Teaching and Learning with Technology (TLT), Writing in the Disciplines Symposium, and Doyle Faculty Fellowships.
This week, faculty are gathering for intensive discussions on teaching and learning as part of our annual Teaching, Learning, and Innovation Summer Institute (TLISI).
The three-day workshop for the Bottlenecks and Thresholds Initiative, a part of the Teaching Learning Innovation Summer Institute (TLISI), brought together faculty from a wide range of departments to discuss strategies to enhance student learning.
The Doyle Faculty Fellows Sessions at this year’s TLISI were the first gatherings of the new 2011-12 Doyle fellows cohort. The new Doyle fellows will work together over the next 15 months to highlight issues of difference, inclusion and diversity within the regular content of their courses.
Our annual Teaching, Learning, and Innovation Summer Institute (TLISI) is off to a great start!
This year’s Teaching, Learning, & Innovation Summer Institute will offer three distinct opportunities for faculty to rethink and redesign aspects of particular courses.
Inspired by a session led by the Center for Social Justice Teaching, Research, and Service (CSJ) at our annual Teaching, Learning, and Innovation Summer Institute (TLISI), Doug Reed (Government) decided to integrate community-based learning into his Politics of Education course.