Participants explored digital platforms that enhance community building in and out of the classroom.
Tools for In-class Engagement with Hands-on Practice
Participants will explore different ways of engaging all students for formative assessment, along with opportunities for hands-on practice on particular tools.
Professional Engagement Pathway IV: Invigorate your Classroom: Strategies for Student Engagement and Feedback
Classroom Assessment Techniques
This workshop will discuss the benefits and challenges of using CATs (Classroom Assessment Techniques). Participants will also take the Teaching Goals Inventory (TGI) using a course they teach.
Interactive Teaching Strategies
Building on the symposium "teaching strategies jam" workshop, we will explore ideas around how to intentionally leverage interactive teaching strategies to create an effective and engaging student learning experience.
A Conversation around Artificial Intelligence
Community Circle for an open conversation around Artificial Intelligence and its impact on teaching and learning.
Artificial Intelligence and how to Navigate your Teaching
In this session, participants will have an opportunity to explore available Artificial Intelligence tools and discuss the ways in which they may adapt their teaching practices accordingly.
Workshop 1 Recording
Workshop 1 (Repeat) Recording
Workshop 2 Recording
Workshop 2 (Repeat) Recording
Practical Tips for Inclusive Education
This introductory workshop offers a variety of practical tips to increase inclusivity in classroom settings and for students with disabilities.
Overcoming Barriers to Inclusion: AUC Faculty Perspective
This workshop counts towards the "Inclusive Learning: Designing for Student Success" professional engagement pathway.
Fostering Inclusive Classrooms
This workshop is for faculty members who would like to integrate more gender equity into their courses intentionally.
FALL 2022 WORKSHOPS
PATHWAY 1: INCLUSIVE LEARNING
Practical Tips for Inclusive Education
This workshop offers a variety of practical tips to increase inclusivity in classroom settings in general, and for students with specific disabilities, such as the visually impaired, hard of hearing, or those who have ADHD or autism, as well as hidden and undiagnosed learning difficulties.
Community Circle - Teaching Strategies
Faculty will explore some of the key pillars of the Campus Program frameworks that aim to support mental-health and well-being for academic success. Participants will develop or redesign student-centered and faculty enabled activities for use in the classroom.
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a scientifically valid framework for guiding educators to create learning environments that are inclusive and responsive to today’s diverse learners and classrooms. In this session, participants will review UDL fundamental principles.
This faculty conversation focuses on promoting student accountability and academic rigor while still supporting students with varying circumstances to succeed by balancing flexibility/compassion with boundaries.
This workshop focuses on developing gender-sensitive teaching and course development as part of respect for the equality and dignity of all. The workshop is open to faculty from all disciplines who want to learn how to create a classroom atmosphere that supports gender equality.
This workshop invites participants to consider ways to enhance the learning value of assessments, in order to ensure assessments achieve their purpose. We will explore elements such as intrinsic motivation, feedback, pacing, approaches to grading, and attitudes toward failure.
Design Thinking & Foundations of Challenge Based Learning
The aim of this workshop is to expose participants to a range of design thinking strategies and tools that can help create a participatory, high-impact, and memorable learning experience. This workshop will be interactive and practical, focusing on design thinking techniques, tools.
Community-based Learning (CBL) or Service Learning is an experiential learning approach that aims at fulfilling learning outcomes by involving students in service to a community in need of this service. The service component is essentially derived from at least one-course learning outcome.
This certificate is offered to all AUC faculty as part of the teaching and learning mentorship program and is required for all new adjunct faculty. The full program includes high-impact practices in student engagement, active learning strategies, and Classroom Assessment Techniques.
Turnitin Refresher Session (offered 2 times)
The Center for Learning and Teaching (CLT) is offering a refresher session to refresh your memory on the different Turnitin features and usage within your course(s), and brief you on some Turnitin updates.
In this session, participants will get a chance to discover the Digital Literacies Toolkit, and take time to explore what is already on the Toolkit, as well as give feedback on possible gaps and identify areas where they may wish to contribute their own material.