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Facilitating Constructive Conversations in the Classroom, December 11

Students often bring up difficult issues in class. It is important to hone our skills in facilitating constructive conversations in the classroom.
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Experiential Learning lunch discussion: Technology in the classroom, December 2

Does technology in the classroom enhance or detract from your teaching and/or students’ learning? How does technology help students experience course content in ways that were not previously possible?
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Education ePortfolio Showcase

Education Majors: ePortfolio Showcase ePortfolios are becoming more and more essential for your academic and professional success as an educator. An ePortfolio allows you to showcase your work (ex: lesson plans) and accomplishments (ex: awards). ePotfolios give you the ability to show potential future employers how you would be an asset to their schools. All Education Majors are invited to view a showcase of ePortfol
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ePortfolio Education Showcase

Education Majors: Call for ePortfolios   ePortfolios are becoming more and more essential for your academic and professional success as an educator. An ePortfolio allows you to showcase your work (ex: lesson plans) and accomplishments (ex: awards). ePotfolios give you the ability to show potential future employers how you would be an asset to their schools. We are looking for students majoring in Education to cr
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Mindfulness, Fall 2015

Mindfulness practice can empower people personally and professionally as well as be a great stress reducer.
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Call for nominations/self-nominations to serve on Faculty-Student Disciplinary Committee

The Faculty-Student Disciplinary Committee has announced a call for nominees to serve on the committee. There are two faculty positions open. All faculty members (adjuncts and full-time faculty) are encouraged to apply. The Faculty-Student Disciplinary Committee consists of two faculty members or one faculty member and one member of the Higher Education Officer series (HEO), and two student members. One faculty membe
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Quantitative Reasoning across the Curriculum, 2015-2016

The Center for Teaching and Learning is accepting faculty applications for the development of assignments that will infuse quantitative reasoning skills throughout the curriculum during the 2015-2016 academic year. Support includes: $800 stipend for participating in 3 workshops on September 18, October 9 and January 21 addressing the learning objectives and pedagogy of QR instruction. Staff support during Fall 2015 f
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