Two faculty with SoTL work in progress will share projects!
Date & Time
July 20, 2022, 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Do you sometimes find yourself wondering how students learn in your class? Have you ever analyzed your students’ work looking for patterns in their learning? Are you interested in finding out whether a pedagogical change will improve your students’ learning? If so, then join your colleagues for a continuing discussion about all aspects of planning, executing, and publishing a scholarship of teaching and learning project.
For this session, two faculty with SoTL work in progress will share their projects with the group. Suzanne Braunschweig (Geography & Environmental Systems) will present her work-in-progress about students in a writing intensive course on conservation co-creating their writing assignment and rubric, and Nandita Dasgupta (Mathematics & Statistics) will present her project, “Statistics as a Prerequisite for Introductory Econometrics: Options and Outcomes.”
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√ Counts toward the ALIT Certificate
§ Counts toward the INNOVATE Certificate
Ͼ CIRTL graduate students are invited to attend