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New Faculty Orientation, August 25

Representatives from around campus will discuss resources and services you need to know about in your new capacity as faculty.
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Professional Development for Instructors of Math 115 & Math 122, August 26

A professional development opportunity for instructors scheduled to teach Math 115 and Math 122.
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Discussion: Globalizing the Curriculum at Queens College, May 12

Queens College is committed to providing a global education for our students.
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The Fabric of Cultures: Objects, Memory, Technology – May 18

A research and pedagogical lab that aims to further understanding of fashion and local and global clothing as powerful manifestations of human and aesthetic expressions and as barometers of economic, social and technological transformations.
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Teaching & Learning Showcase, May 6

Presentations from faculty and students, on engaging teaching practices and learning experiences.
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Teaching and Learning Lunch Discussion: Cross-departmental collaboration, April 19

Collaboration across multiple departments leads to some unique and inspiring classes. Let's talk about official and unofficial teaching collaborations between faculty in different departments.
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It’s No Joke: Enhance Academic Integrity in your Classroom, April 1

Workshop will include case studies, small group activities, and discussions.
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Circular Teaching Squad Discussion: Teaching students how to learn, March 22, 2016

Let’s discuss the ways in which we teach students HOW to learn.  What do you currently do to teach students to take ownership of their learning?  Should we teach in a more explicit way the methods and philosophy of learning?  Bring examples from your teaching, your experience, and your thoughts to our next lunch discussion on Tuesday, March 22, 2016.  Come for the whole time, or feel free to drop in when you ca
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Teaching Observations Spring 2016

The Center for Teaching & Learning invites Queens College faculty to participate in an opportunity to reflect on teaching practices.  Professor Anisha Clarke (Mathematics) is providing one-on-one consultations designed to help faculty from all disciplines become reflective teachers, with the aim of improving the instructor’s teaching and students’ learning.   Professor Clarke will work individually with each inst
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