- Helping Students Engage with Primary Literature in the Sciences: Motivation and Methods
Panel with Elizabeth Alter, Biology, Emmanuel Chang, Chemistry, Emily Davidson, Health Professions, Rob Duncan, Behavioral Sciences, & Ian Hansen, Behavioral Sciences.
Sponsored by the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning
- 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.
- Implementing Independent Study and Research Programs
- Infusing Undergraduate Research into the Curriculum
Panel discussion with panelists Rob Duncan, Behavioral Sciences, Nicholas Grosskopf, Health & Physical Education, and Nazrul Khandaker, Earth & Physical Sciences.
Sponsored by the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL).
- Instructional Design, Facilitation and Assessment of Online Discussion Forums
A CETL Workshop presented by Wenying Huang-Stolte, Educational Technology, & Bill Divale, Social Sciences
- Integrating Blogs, ePortfolio, and Assessment into the Majors: Pedagogies and Rubrics in Three Programs
In 2009, a group of faculty at York embraced ePortfolio and blogging as vehicles for students to document their learning, represent their competencies, and strengthen their facility with electronic media. Presenters will share their pedagogies and explore the challenges involved in assessing work in a blog or ePortfolio. Facilitated by Professors Michael Smith, Performing and Fine Arts, and Xin Bai, Teacher Education. Sponsored by The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning.
- Interdisciplinary General Education
CETL Speaker Forum with Dr. Marcia Seabury, Department of English, University of Hartford
- Learning During Unsettled Times
College Graduates Academic Performance and Recent Experiences in the U.S.
- Lost in Translation: Understanding the Particular Linguistic Needs of College-level ESL Students
Panel presented by Linglan Cao, English, Aegina Barnes, Foreign Languages/ESL/Humanities, Matthew Corcoran, English, Howard Ruttenberg, History & Philosophy, and Zohra Saad, Foreign Languages/ESL/Humanities. Sponsored by the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning.
- Maker-Culture and You: How 3D Printing and Hands-On Learning Can Augment Traditional Pedagogy
Workshop and Webinar facilitated by Dan Phelps, Performing & Fine Arts and Multimedia Facilities Coordinator.