- CETL: Plagiarizing Plagiarism: Integrity and Learning Process
Plagiarizing Plagiarism: Integrity and Learning Process
- CETL: The Art of Course Integration in a Freshman Learning Community
The Art of Course Integration in a Freshman Learning Community
- College Preparation, Selectivity, and Today's College Students
Workshop on research findings pertaining to college preparation and selectivity among college students, including CUNY students. Dr. Tania Levey, Social Sciences, will present. Sponsored by the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning.
- College Symposium on Teaching and Learning with Technology 2014
Co-Sponsored by The Academic Computing and Educational Technology (ACET) and The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL)
- Creating a Virtual Presence and Sense of Community in Online Courses
Workshop facilitated by William Divale, Social Sciences. Sponsored by the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning.
- Creating and Using Rubrics for Effective Feedback: How Can Rubrics Help Improve Student Learning?
A CETL Workshop presented by: Linda Gerena & Leslie Keiler, Teacher Education; Emily Davidson, Health Professions; Debra Glaser, Health & Physical Education; Jonathan Hall, English
- Critical Thinking Across the Curriculum: Sharing and Exploring New Methodologies
CETL Workshop presented by Mitchell Brodsky, Health & Physical Education
- Critical Thinking in General Education: Models, Examples, Imperatives
Panelists Jim Como (Fine Arts), Conrad Dyer (Behavioral Sciences), and Veronica Shipp (Teacher Education) will discuss why general education should place a significant emphasis on critical thinking and provide models and examples for engaging students in developing critical thinking skills.
- Dealing with Student Incivility
This panel presentation examines the best classroom practices to prevent student incivility and the administrative steps to follow if incidents of student misconduct take place.
- Designing Writing Support for Your Course: How to Help the Writing Center Help Your Students
A workshop facilitated by York Writing Across the Curriculum Fellows