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CITL Workshop: Teacher Development Program For Graduate Students (Fall 22)

Date & Time: Thursday, September 22, 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm

Location: Online

Audience: Graduate Students

 

Additonal Dates: October 6 & 20, November 3 & 17, Dec 1 (2:00 PM - 3:30 PM)

The Teacher Development Series is a free, five-part non-credit series specifically for graduate students to develop classroom and instructional skills. The GLO 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 graduate students.

Each fall and spring, you can sign up for this series here!

Here are this semester's topics and presenters!

  • Giving and Receiving Meaningful Feedback (Farah Vallera)
  • Dead Ideas in Teaching and Learning (Holly Zakos)
  • Navigating Difficult Topics/Conversations (Allison Mickel)
  • Cycles of Learning (Greg Reihman)
  • Inclusive Teaching (Scott Burden)

Promoting Your Graduate Work (Ali Erk)Look forward to seeing you there!

 

CITL: Workshop: Globalization through Virtual Exchange and COIL as Strategy

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

Location: EWFM 625

Presenters: Claudia Tobar, Chief Innovation Office, Universidad San Francisco de Quito

Audience: Faculty, Staff

Claudia Tobar, chief innovation officer and professor at Universidad San Francisco de Quito (USFQ) in Ecuador, will visit Lehigh on September 21 to deliver the workshop, “Lessons from the Pandemic: Globalization through Virtual Exchange and COIL as Strategy.” She will discuss COIL (Collaborative Online International Learning) and virtual exchange and share why the innovative pedagogies are part of the internationalization strategy at USFQ.

The workshop is sponsored by the Office of International Affairs and the Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning. It will take place in Fairchild-Martindale Library Room 625 from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm. Lunch is provided. Please register in advance.

To learn more about the workshop and Tobar’s experience, please visit the OIA website.

CITL: Moodle Moments: Creating and Managing Quizzes in Course Site

Date & Time: Friday, September 16, 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm

Location: Online

Presenters: Bobby Siegfried

Audience: Faculty

If you haven’t already, you’re probably about to want to assess your students using the Quiz activity. Quizzes are loaded with features, and can feel daunting to set up, and that’s why, in our next just-in-time Course Site training of the fall semester, we will be taking an in-depth look into the Moodle quiz activity, specifically focusing on best-practices, key features and setup, and reviewing common questions and answers.

This session is aimed at helping faculty successfully administer a quiz in Course Site. By following these best practices and strategies, faculty can, in most cases, significantly reduce the amount of time that goes into setting up and configuring a course gradebook later in the semester.

View recording and slides.

CITL: Moodle Moments: Optimizing Your Course Site Gradebook

Date & Time: Friday, September 9, 12:30 pm to 1:20 pm

Location: Online

Presenters: Bobby Siegfried, Holly Zakos

Audience: Faculty

Did you know the best time to set up your course gradebook is at the beginning of the semester? View the RecordingSlides, of our first just-in-time Course Site training of the fall semester, an in-depth look into the Moodle gradebook, specifically focusing on best-practices, the Natural calculation method and why everyone should consider using it, and reviewing common questions and answers.

This session is aimed at helping faculty set up their gradebook early on in the semester so that as more activities are added and graded, the gradebook can grow and populate efficiently and automatically. By following these best practices and strategies, faculty can, in most cases, significantly reduce the amount of time that goes into setting up and configuring a course gradebook later in the semester.  

 

CITL: 2022 CITL Summer Workshop

Date & Time: Thursday, August 11, 9:00 am to 4:00 pm

Location: Online

Audience: Faculty

The 2022 CITL Summer Workshop was held on August 11, 2022. Recordings.

CITL: WAC/TRAC Writing Symposia Series

Date & Time: Friday, April 29, 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm

Presenters: Greg Skutches; Faculty and Student Panel

Audience: Faculty, Graduate Students

Writing Instruction in the Disciplines and the Broader Educational Experience of Lehigh Students

  • What are the connections, if any, between effective writing instruction and learning in the disciplines?
  • How important are writing and communication skills to meaningful undergraduate research?
  • How does/can writing instruction affect Lehigh's efforts to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion?
  • What can be done to improve, through writing instruction, the undergraduate student experience at Lehigh?

 

Faculty Panelists:

Sirry Alang, Sociology and Health, Medicine, and Society

Hannah Dailey, Mechanical Engineering

Suzanne Edwards, English

KhanJan Mehta,Vice Provost for Creative Inquiry

Siva Sivakumar, Marketing

Bruce Whitehouse, Sociology and Anthropology

 

CITL: WAC/TRAC Writing Symposia Series

Date & Time: Friday, April 8, 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm

Presenters: Greg Skutches; Faculty and Student Panel

Audience: Faculty, Graduate Students

Join us on April 8th from Noon-1:30 pm for a panel discussion on "Writing Instruction in the Disciplines at Lehigh: How Important is it? And how well are we doing?" Panelists will include:

Faculty

- Heather Johnson, Sociology
- Allison Mickel, Sociology and Anthropology
- Ziad Munsen,Sociology
- Siddha Pimputkar, Materials Science & Engineering
- Todd Watkins, Economics
- Ben Wright -Religion Studies

Students

- John Cascio, Finance
- Emma Fernandez-Echeverri, Chemical Engineering
- Caroline Palmer - Biology
- Caroline Spindel - Biology

Lunch will be served.

CITL: 2022 Symposium on Teaching and Learning

Date & Time: Wednesday, April 6 to Thursday, April 7, 9:00 am to 4:00 pm

Location: EWFM 520

Audience: Faculty, Staff, Graduate Students

The 2022 CITL Symposium on Teaching and Learning was held on April 6 and 7, 2022. Recordings

CITL Workshop: Course Site: Quizzes Made Easy

Date & Time: Thursday, September 23, 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

Location: Online

Presenters: Bobby Siegfried (IT Team)

Audience: Faculty

As we quickly approach the point of the semester where more and more quizzes are being created and administered, this just-in-time workshop will give faculty a simple, practical overview of how to setup a quiz in Moodle. Default settings will be explained and best practices shared. Bring your best quiz-related questions to the workshop. By the end of this workshop, you should feel very comfortable creating and managing a quiz in any of your courses.

CITL Workshop: Course Site: Quizzes Made Easy

Date & Time: Thursday, September 23, 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Location: Online

Presenters: Bobby Siegfried (IT Team)

Audience: Faculty

As we quickly approach the point of the semester where more and more quizzes are being created and administered, this just-in-time workshop will give faculty a simple, practical overview of how to setup a quiz in Moodle. Default settings will be explained and best practices shared. Bring your best quiz-related questions to the workshop. By the end of this workshop, you should feel very comfortable creating and managing a quiz in any of your courses.

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