The semester-long Inclusive Pedagogy Series came to a close with workshops on best practices for talking about the election—a contentious topic—and gender identity in the classroom. In total, this fall’s series reached nearly 100 faculty members, staff members, and graduate students through eight workshops. In addition to the main CNDLS facilitators, our collaborators came from… Read more »
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Key to the design of any classroom is the syllabus that guides the course and the students that make up the classroom itself. CNDLS continued its Inclusive Pedagogy Series with a focus on each of those elements during two workshops in early November—”Syllabus Design for Inclusivity” and “Social Identity Formation and College Students.” Creating an… Read more »
This fall, CNDLS is excited to launch the Inclusive Pedagogy Series, a set of workshops and discussions focused on bringing inclusive pedagogy to the forefront of teaching and learning at Georgetown. Drawing on the work of Doyle and Engelhard, these workshops invite faculty to discuss issues of teaching and learning through the lens of inclusive… Read more »
On Wednesday, September 18, the Apprenticeship in Teaching Program kicked off its fall 2013 workshop series with record attendance for Introduction to Teaching Resources.
This week’s workshops presented by CNDLS, Gelardin, and UIS include a multi-session Blackboard Day as well as opportunities to learn about creating screencast tutorials with the Explain Everything app, basic uses of PhotoShop, and recording podcasts with GarageBand. There will also be an Apprenticeship in Teaching workshop on Assessment and Grading.
Faculty can take advantage of a number of upcoming opportunities to learn about lecture capture software. Please join us for one or more of these sessions if you’re interested in using lecture capture in your teaching.
New to Blackboard, need a refresher, or want to explore features you haven’t used before? Join us for one or more of our upcoming Blackboard training sessions.
Check out the CNDLS calendar for upcoming workshops on Lecture Capture. We’ll be presenting a session on “Using Lecture Capture as an Effective Teaching and Learning Tool” on March 15, March 26, and April 13.
UIS and CNDLS will be presenting a number of workshops on lecture capture. These will include introductions to Echo360, Georgetown’s new lecture capture tool, as well sessions focusing on the pedagogy behind the use of lecture capture.
This Thursday, Andrew Miller, a participant in the Apprenticeship in Teaching Program, will offer a brief session on the use of PowerPoint in the classroom. All are welcome to attend.