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New Faculty Orientation, Spring 2019

The Center for Teaching & Learning and the Office of the Provost are pleased to invite you to an orientation for new faculty Things You Need to Know to Teach at Queens. Date: Wednesday, January 23, 2019 Time: 3:00pm – 4:30pm Location: Dining Hall – Patio Room Map: https://goo.gl/maps/7inVENSDkep Representatives from around campus will discuss resources and services you need to know about in your new c
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Call for Participants: Strategies for Teaching Online: Developing Online and Hybrid Courses – Spring 2019

Eight-week hybrid workshop focusing on the development and implementation of hybrid and fully online courses.
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Deadline Extended: Course Evaluations have begun for Fall 2018!

Fall Data will be released to faculty in January. Deadline extended to December 20, 11:59 pm. Please take the time to encourage your students to contribute evaluations for all of the courses. Ask during Class (and/or insert a slide): Remind your students to evaluate during class. You can also add this slide to the end of your lecture. Students can easily enter the URL  (the site is very mobile friendly). Course Evalu
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Digital Tools for Effective Teaching: Getting Started with WordPress, December 5

Topics include: accessing WordPress resources; creating a WordPress site and inviting participants; basic site architecture and permissions; creating Post and Page content
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Call for Participants – Teaching for Student Success: A Faculty Discussion Series – Spring 2019

The Center for Teaching & Learning is pleased to announce a discussion series for faculty interested in exploring research on learning and how it can be applied to enhance teaching practice and support student success. Using readings from the book How Learning Works: Seven Research-Based Principles for Effective Teaching (Ambrose et al., 2010), this discussion series will provide an opportunity for faculty to eng
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Digital Tools for Effective Teaching: Blackboard Groups, November 7

The Center for Teaching & Learning announces the next evening workshop for faculty on Digital Tools for Effective Teaching: Blackboard Groups, November 7 These workshops will help you identify specific pedagogical goals for your course(s) and explore digital tools to support them. How digital tools can enhance teaching f2f Expand interactions beyond the physical classroom Foster collaboration and community buildi
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Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Online Training Workshop, November 9

This online training workshop will help you in teaching all students, including those with disabilities, and you will come away with simple, practical tips to implement in your classroom.
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Teaching & Learning Showcase, November 2, 2018

Celebrate fall and excellence in teaching at Queens College by joining the Center for Teaching & Learning for our fifth annual teaching and learning showcase on Friday, November 2, 2018 from 10am to 3pm. The event will include presentations from faculty and students, on engaging teaching practices and learning experiences.   Date: November 2, 2018 Time: 10am-3pm Location: Dining Hall/Q-Side Map: https://goo.gl/ma
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Digital Tools for Effective Teaching: Collaborating in Google Docs, October 24

The Center for Teaching & Learning announces the next Digital Tools for Effective Teaching evening workshop: Collaborating in Google Docs, October 24 These workshops will help you identify specific pedagogical goals for your course(s) and explore digital tools to support them. How digital tools can enhance teaching f2f Expand interactions beyond the physical classroom Foster collaboration and community building S
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Faculty Workshop: Teaching Portfolios, October 19, 2018

When: Friday, October 19, 10am-1pm Where: Rosenthal Library 227 Faculty Portfolios provide evidence of teaching from a variety of sources and allow for reflection on, and improvement of, one’s teaching over time.  Creating a public, professional view of one’s teaching as a scholarly activity can be useful for job applications, promotions and tenure review as well as one’s own pedagogical research. The Queens College
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