Learning Institutes are short events that usually consist of a keynote presentation and/or an interactive workshop.
Below are some of the previous learning institutes that have taken place. Each institute has its own page with relevant resources and further details.
Team-Based Learning is a strategy to help you hold individuals accountable and to develop the extraordinary capabilities of the team.Using a sequence of activities to reach new learning outcomes, Team-Based Learning engages students and allows them to apply their knowledge in an effective and efficient manner.
Have you ever noticed that students seem to get stuck at certain points in your class? The decoding the disciplines process, developed at Indiana University, is designed to help faculty identify those “sticking” points and design ways to assist students through these “bottlenecks”. On Thursday February 17 and Friday February 18, 2011, we were fortunate to have several members of this group join us for a series of university conversations and workshops on this process. Mark your calendars and plan on joining us for this two day exploration of student learning through scholarly teaching and decoding the disciplines.
University faculty and staff met up with one another to enjoy the evening with Ken Bain.They were all engaged as he discussed his book, What the Best College Teachers Do.He discussed his research and findings on the best college teachers and how they are good at teaching.
Marcia Baxter Magolda's keynote presentation and interactive workshop on October October 15th, 2009 and October 16th 2009 was very well attended. University colleagues got together to spend an evening with Marcia Baxter Magolda. They were engaged in considering implications of findings from her longitudinal (22-year) study of student learning and development.