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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
CETL Workshop: Assessment in the Classroom
Assessment in the Classroom: Suggestions from Middle States
Call for Proposals: York College Symposium on Teaching and Learning with Technology 2014
As more and more instructors integrate technology into their classrooms, a wealth of knowledge is being generated about innovative ways to use technology to improve learning. A symposium will provide a platform to share these ideas and experiences and to contribute to the growing body of work on how to design and develop teaching and learning facilitated by technology in the classroom, be it face-to-face, online or hybrid.
Located in News
Using Technology to Support Writing Pedagogy and Students' Writing
Workshop facilitated by York Writing Across the Curriculum Writing Fellows. Co-sponsored by the Writing Across the Curriculum Program and the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning.
Developing Expertise: A Look across Helping Professions
Panel presented by Dana Fusco, Teacher Education, Beverly Horowitz, Occupational Therapy, Lilly Matthew, Nursing, Claudette McFarquhar, Nursing, and Vadim Moldovan, Social Work. Sponsored by the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning.
Understanding the Politics and Context of Predatory Journals
Presentation by Monica Berger, Associate Professor & Electronic Resources Librarian, CUNY City Tech. Co-sponsored by the York College Library & the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL).
Announcement Spring 2014 Faculty Learning Community Invitation
CETL invites full-time faculty members to participate in a faculty learning community (FLC) which will meet 6-7 times during the spring 2014 semester to discuss learning-centered teaching.
Located in News
How Students Learn, How Teachers Teach, and What Usually Goes Wrong with the Process: An Introduction to Learning Styles
Dr. Richard Felder, Hoechst Celanese Professor Emeritus of Chemical Engineering at North Carolina State University, will discuss the consequences of mismatches between student learning and instructor teaching styles, and ways for reaching students beyond traditional teaching methods. Sponsored by the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning.
Learning During Unsettled Times
College Graduates Academic Performance and Recent Experiences in the U.S.