Archived Events

Expanding Online at QC, Spring 2016: Symposia

Updated June 10, 2016 The Center for Teaching & Learning cordially invites you to participate in a series of discussions on online education, led by experts in the pedagogy and assessment of online instruction.  The presentations will include research-based evidence of how to design effective online learning environments.  This lecture series is part of ongoing work to expand our online and hybrid course offering
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Experiential Learning Lunch Discussion: Giving up control in the classroom, February 9

Let’s discuss the ways in which you have given up control in your classroom!  How do you empower your students to take over content generation, discussion, and evaluation?  How have you dealt with the chaos and the need to improvise that goes along with not controlling the whole message?  What have you found to be the advantages and drawbacks to implementing such a system? You are invited to bring examples from
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New Faculty Orientation January 26

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.
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GeoGebra Institute of Queens @ CUNY Queens College, January 26, 2016

There are many software programs and internet websites or applets that are used as interactive tools for practicing Mathematics. Some technologies are easy to use but limited in capability, while others possess great capabilities and are difficult to use.
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Course Evaluations have begun for Fall 2015

Fall Data will be released to faculty in January. Please take the time to encourage your students to contribute evaluations for all of the courses.  Course evaluations are an essential aspect of our assessment activities. Professors asking students to evaluate has been the most effective method by a large margin. There are several ways to encourage your students to fill out their evaluations. Incentives Threshold Inc
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Call for Participants: Expanding Hybrid and Online Programs at Queens College

The Center for Teaching & Learning and the Office of the Provost invite Queens College departments in all four Academic Divisions to apply to participate in a semester-long activity whose objective is to expand online education at the College.   Funded projects will serve as models for future hybrid and online academic programming. Funding1 will support four departmental teams (three faculty each) who will work t
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G Suite for Education Fall 2015 Workshops

Post updated November 12, 2015 Join us for our fall workshop series on G Suite for Education. All workshops will be held on the following Fridays from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm. October 16: Online Collaboration – Google Drive, Docs, Presentations and Sheets in Queens Hall 325 November 6: Google Classroom in Queens Hall 325 December 18: Advanced Google for rock stars (add-ons and more) in Powdermaker Hall 020 Activiti
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Queens College Italian Program, December 11

Planning, designing and teaching an online course in the Italian language and culture.
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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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