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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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Experiential Learning Lunch, Oct. 21

Share your own experiences with what worked and what didn’t work and hear from colleagues across many disciplines about something you have tried recently in your class. We will also briefly discuss the CUNY Experiential Learning Task Force and how you can easily provide essential information for Queens College's self study.
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Exambler Pilot – Part I

The Center for Teaching and Learning is launching part one of a year long pilot of a platform, Exambler, offering faculty useful exam creation tools. We are looking for faculty willing to test the management system in one of their courses for a semester or for one full academic year and provide feedback on their experience. There will be a follow up evaluation at the end of each semester. A workshop will be provided
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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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