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CITL Workshop: The Peer Learning Experience at Lehigh

Date & Time: Tuesday, November 17, 12:10 pm to 1:00 pm

Location: Online

Presenters: Jason Slipp

Audience: Faculty, Staff, Students

Please join us for a panel of CITL staff and students within our TRAC program for an in-depth conversation on the impact and promise of peer learning at Lehigh. The TRAC program has spent over a decade moulding an effective peer learning ecosystem that has created tighter connections between students and their learning.

 

Given the recent disruption of COVID-19, creating a tight-knit learning community among students and faculty is more important than ever.  The panel of undergraduate and graduate TRAC Fellows will discuss their experiences utilizing the peer learning model and how well-established methods can be adopted across the curriculum to increase student engagement, especially as teaching and learning become increasingly distributed.

 

This session will be highly interactive and both faculty and students are invited to hear from the expert panel and share their own experiences with peer learning.

 



CITL Workshop: Using Zoom for Teaching

Date & Time: Tuesday, November 10, 12:10 pm to 1:00 pm

Location: Online

Presenters: Holly Zakos

Audience: Faculty

How do you prevent your students (and you!) from becoming Zoombies? This session will cover some strategies for getting the most of this online tool in order to create engagement in your virtual classroom. We will cover some of the latest Zoom features, be sure to update your Zoom client! We will give you some templates for setting the Zoom classroom protocols and we will share some creative examples of how Zoom is being used at Lehigh.

Review the Teaching with Zoom Recording

Link to Presentation Slides

 



CITL Workshop: Course Site Gradebook

Date & Time: Wednesday, October 28, 12:10 pm to 1:00 pm

Presenters: Bobby Siegfried

Audience: Faculty

Join us for this nuts and bolts session on the Course Site gradebook. There are few features in a learning management system that can be as perplexing as the gradebook. The goal of this session will be to demystify the gradebook and highlight best practices, key features, and practical advice on efficiently and intuitively setting up your gradebook.

Review the Course Site Gradebook recording.



CITL Workshop: Google Assignments

Date & Time: Wednesday, October 21, 12:10 pm to 1:00 pm

Location: Online

Presenters: Holly Zakos

Audience: Faculty

Come join Holly Zakos for an explanation of how to use Google Assignments.  Google Assignments allows you to accept and grade any Google file from within Course Site.  If you already use Google Docs, you will learn how to leverage Course Site with Google tools to allow faster, more efficient, and easier collaboration on students’ media projects. Learn more about why you would use Google Assignments and features such as inline commenting, feedback banks and originality analysis.

 

Resources:

Review the Google Assignments recording.

Join this Course Site shell as a student, link to presentation and meeting recording included in course.



CITL Workshop: Universal Design for Learning (UDL)

Date & Time: Thursday, October 15, 12:10 pm to 1:00 pm

Presenters: Jason Slipp

Audience: Faculty

This 30 minute presentation will broadly cover the principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) framework and give you some basic steps to begin implementing UDL principles to make your learning environments more inclusive and engaging to accommodate a variety of diverse learning needs. There will also be time for questions.

 

Review the recording of Universal Design for Learning.

 



CITL Workshop: Creating Quizzes and Exams in Course Site

Date & Time: Thursday, October 8, 12:10 pm to 1:00 pm

Presenters: Bobby Siegfried

Audience: Faculty

In this practical, detail-oriented session, we will work through the process of creating good quizzes/exams in Course Site. We will specifically highlight the most important settings, explain default settings, and review crucial best practices. The goal of this session is to demystify the quiz activity and increase confidence in its functionality

Review the recording of Creating Quizzes and Exams in Course Site.



CITL Workshop: Perusall for Collaborative Annotation

Date & Time: Thursday, October 1, 12:10 pm to 1:00 pm

Presenters: Steve Sakasitz

Audience: Faculty

Get an overview of Perusall, a social annotation tool that allows students to comment collaboratively on e-readings and digital files. We’ll cover the basics with a 20-30 minute overview of the tool and how it can be effectively integrated directly into your course. There will also be time for questions and discussion.

Review the recording of Perusall for Collaborative Annotation



CITL Workshop: Panopto Basics

Date & Time: Thursday, September 24, 12:10 pm to 1:00 pm

Presenters: Holly Zakos

Audience: Faculty

Learn the basics of Panopto. This 15-20 minute presentation will get you up to speed with provisioning your course, recording, sharing, editing, and setting up a dropbox for students. There will also be time for questions.

 

Review the Recording of Delivering Lectures Online with Panopto.

 

Download the Slides shared with presentation.



CITL: Powerful Teaching: A Virtual Q&A with Dr. Pooja Agarwal

Date & Time: Friday, February 21, 9:30 am to 10:30 am

Location: Online

Presenters: Dr. Pooja Agarwal

Audience: Faculty

Dr. Agarwal is a cognitive psychologist and co-author of Powerful Teaching: Unleash the Science of Learning. Her research has been published in leading peer-reviewed psychology journals, and featured in the New York Times and Education Week. This session will be a special opportunity to have a conversation with her about teaching and the science of learning.

Come ask a cognitive scientist and co-author of Powerful Teaching: Unleash the Science of Learning about:

  • How to help your students remember and retrieve course materials
  • How to best construct your syllabus for retention and integration of information
  • How to integrate fun, low-stakes opportunities for students to practice course concepts
  • How to build a positive classroom community where students embrace desirable difficulties 



CITL: Teacher Development Program for Graduate Students (Fall 19)[Part 6]

Date & Time: Thursday, November 21, 2:30 pm to 4:00 pm

Location: EWFM 520

Audience: Graduate Students

The Teacher Development Series is a free, six-part series designed specifically for graduate students to develop teaching and classroom skills.                             

The Grad Life Office and the Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning are again partnering to offer a series of workshops in our Teacher Development Program for Graduate Students.  These free, non-credit workshops are open to all Lehigh graduate students.



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