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MONTHLY CALENDARS

April May June July


EVENT LISTING

Date Location Title Presenter Description
Mon.
Apr 29 -
Fri.
May 3
9-5pm
Fred Meijer Center for Writing

120 LOH
Faculty-Staff Writing Retreat Link to Register Work on your dissertation, book manuscript, article, or other writing project in a quiet space with support from the Writing Center. Lunch and snacks provided.
Fri.
May 10
1 - 4
(in seat)

May 10 -
May 24
(online)

Fri.
May 24
1 - 4
(in seat)

DEV TBA

 

 

 


DEV TBA

Foundations of Online/Hybrid Course Development

Link to More Information
Instructional Design for e-Learning In this series, we will discuss the basics for developing a course with the online or hybrid designation. Designed to provide a starting point and to meet the requirements stated in the faculty handbook, we will orient you with resources and tools to begin your planning process with a foundation of quality standards. Offered throughout the year in different formats. Register at http://www.gvsu.edu/seminar/.

*Participation in all components of the series is required.
May 19-21

Sun.
May 19
12-7pm
Pre-conference
Workshop and Reception

Mon.
May 20
8-6pm
Conference

Tues.
May 21
8-3:30pm
Conference

 
Eberhard Conference Center

The 5th Annual Scholarship of Teaching & Learning Academy

Making Student Learning Visible

Link to more information:
http://www.gvsu.edu/stla/

Cathy Bishop-Clark, Chair & Professor, Computer and Information Technology Department, Miami University 
 
Beth Dietz-Uhler, Professor, Psychology Department, Miami University  
 
Derek Bruff, Director, Center for Teaching, Vanderbilt University

While “Making Student Learning Visible” is not a new idea, it is a call to action that first inspired the scholarship of teaching and learning movement and remains relevant today.

While calls for such visibility have come from both within and outside the academy, many of you may also remember Dr. Dan Butin’s similar call to action at the 2012 SoTL Academy.   You may remember Dan asking, “If not faculty, who else then is going to provide for the public and others evidence of the work we do to positively impact student learning and development?”

We invite you to join us for the 2013 SoTL Academy to examine these questions.  We also invite you to make visible the work you do that impacts student learning and development, and to learn from others who will showcase their work. We hope to see you at the 2013 SoTL Academy!

Mon.
June 3
through
Fri.
June 7

or

Mon.
June 24
through
Fri.
June 28
 

2264 KC





 

302E DEV

Pew FTLC Personnel Portfolio Workshops   These workshops are for faculty who are preparing for pre-tenure and tenure reviews, or for promotion. Working closely with faculty mentors, participants will compose their Integrative/Reflective Statement and prepare other supporting materials for their portfolio in accordance with their college and unit personnel policies. Workshop mentors recommend that participants do not teach while they are participating in this workshop. Participants usually devote at least 12-15 hours during the week to work on their portfolios.

Tues.
June 18
12 - 2pm

340 Bicycle Factory Supporting Part-time Faculty at GVSU   A luncheon invitation for Deans, Associate Deans, Unit Heads, and Part-time Faculty Advisory Council for roundtable discussions on supporting part-time faculty at GVSU. RSVP by June 12 by registering at http://www.gvsu.edu/seminar/ under Teaching and Learning.
Thurs.
Aug 8
9 - 3pm
Eberhard Center New Faculty Institute Patty Stow Bolea,
Faculty Fellow,
Pew FTLC

A workshop open to all new tenure-track, affiliate, and visiting faculty specifically designed to introduce useful pedagogical strategies to help new faculty get off to a great start in the classroom.
If interested, contact the Pew FTLC at ftlc@gvsu.edu or 616-331-3498.

Mon.
Aug 5 -
Fri.
Aug 9
9-5pm
Fred Meijer Center for Writing

120 LOH
Faculty-Staff Writing Retreat Link to Register Work on your dissertation, book manuscript, article, or other writing project in a quiet space with support from the Writing Center. Lunch and snacks provided.

 

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