Interested in upping your Blackboard game? Thinking about switching to Google Classroom? Need help creating an effective syllabus?
The Center for Teaching & Learning is offering an intensive hands-on workshop where you can brush up your Blackboard skills; learn about Google Classroom; and work on an existing or new syllabus.
Date: Thursday, June 13
Location: Rosenthal Library, Room 227
The Center for Teaching & Learning will provide breakfast and lunch.
At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to set up a Blackboard course, a Google Classroom, and generate an effective syllabus.
Blackboard offers an array of features which can be overwhelming. This workshop will help you decide which are the most relevant to your pedagogy, give you a chance to practice using them, or simply refresh your skills.
Google Classroom provides an alternative to Blackboard. In this workshop you will learn how to set up a Classroom for your own course.
There’s much more to creating a syllabus than just listing the course description and weekly schedule. There are a number of elements that need to be clearly articulated, such as learning outcomes, and mode of instruction. This workshop will help you create a syllabus that communicates expectations clearly, following the suggestions from “What’s in a Syllabus?”
Register at: http://bit.ly/2VtCwnQ