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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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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Mindfulness, Fall 2015

Mindfulness practice can empower people personally and professionally as well as be a great stress reducer.
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Quantitative Reasoning across the Curriculum, 2015-2016

The Center for Teaching and Learning is accepting faculty applications for the development of assignments that will infuse quantitative reasoning skills throughout the curriculum during the 2015-2016 academic year. Support includes: $800 stipend for participating in 3 workshops on September 18, October 9 and January 21 addressing the learning objectives and pedagogy of QR instruction. Staff support during Fall 2015 f
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Theatre Techniques to Improve your Teaching, Fall 2015

Updated September 8, 2015 A Mini-Course for Faculty The Center for Teaching & Learning is pleased to offer, for the fourth year in a row and back by popular demand, a special opportunity for Queens College faculty: a mini-course on theatre techniques and their applicability to teaching, to be offered in Fall 2015, taught by Professor Susan Einhorn, Director of the Acting Program, Department of Drama, Theatre, and
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What Does It Take to Graduate in Four Years? April 27, 2015

Of the undergraduate students who attend college full-time, only 39% complete their bachelor’s degree in four years (Digest of Education Statistics, https://nces.ed.gov/programs/digest/). In order to better serve you, as a student, Queens College needs your feedback to revise its curriculum and improve the support services you receive to help you graduate in four years. Join your fellow students and other representat
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Google Classroom Workshop, March 13

Join us for a hands-on opportunity to learn more about the uses and the advantages of Google Classroom.
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Google Apps Day, Friday, January 23, 2015

Queens College has a Google Apps for Education environment, for use by QC students, faculty, and staff. With Google Apps, you can create documents and websites, store and share files, create and share calendars, and much more. Join us for a workshop that will introduce you to these tools.
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