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Alternatives to Blaming the Students
Speaker Forum: Alternatives to Blaming the Students: Applying the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning to Make Real Differences in Achievement, Equity, and Retention in Any College
Speaker Forum: Thinking, Writing, and Publishing about Teaching and Learning
Guest Speaker: Dr. James Rhem, Executive Editor, The National Teaching and Learning FORUM
Call for Fall 2013 CETL Events
To All York Faculty and Staff: The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) invites proposals from York faculty to present workshops, presentations, panels, or brown bag discussions that promote faculty development around teaching and learning.
Located in Members / Marcia Moxam-comrie
Simulation as Teaching Pedagogy: Implementation and Evaluation
A presentation by Renee Wright, & Lilly Mathew.
CETL: Meet The Challenge of Teaching in the U.S.
Meet The Challenge of Teaching in the U.S.
NSSS: Sally Hoskins - Using intensive analysis of primary literature to demystify and humanize science for undergraduates: the C.R.E.A.T.E. strategy.
The Natural Science Seminar Series and the York Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning are pleased to co-sponsor Sally Hoskins from the The City College of CUNY: Using intensive analysis of primary literature to demystify and humanize science for undergraduates: the C.R.E.A.T.E. strategy.
Located in Members / Arne Christensen
CETL: Discussion on Best Teaching Practices
Discussion on Best Teaching Practices
Seminaring: Letting Students do the Talking about Primary Source Texts
Workshop facilitated by Debra Swoboda, Behavioral Sciences. Sponsored by the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning.
Rereading Across the Curriculum
Panel with panelists Eric Metcalf, Performing & Fine Arts, and faculty members from each of the three schools
Faculty Workload Issues in Undergraduate Research: Supporting Student Learning Outcomes by Getting Support Yourself
Panel with members from the Advisory Council of the Office of Undergraduate Research