Recordings of Live Presentations

The Radically Student Centered Pedagogy That Will Eat Your Life (in a good way): Reacting To The Past (RTTP)

Del Chrol, Associate Professor, Classics Department

Thursday, February 16, 2017

Dr. Del Chrol shares his experiences using a Reacting To The Past (RTTP) Pedagogy. RTTP, adaptable to multiple disciplines, places students in simulations of critical moments in the history of ideas, ranging from Elizabethan theater, to the UN intervention in Rwanda, to women’s suffrage, and to Rome just after Julius Caesar’s assassination. These synthetic settings provide emotionally authentic, intense atmospheres that increase student engagement, develop problem solving and leadership skills, and demonstrate the contingency of history.

Instructional Practices to Support Linguistically Diverse Students: Linguistic Diversity Enriches the Campus Community

Kae Bradley, Interim Academic Director, INTO | Molly McClennen, Undergraduate Pathway Coordinator, INTO | Bethany Walters, Graduate Pathway Coordinator, INTO

Thursday, March 16, 2017

Attend this workshop and learn about the needs of our linguistically diverse students and the instructional practices that have proven effective in helping them succeed in college.

Teaching For Integrative Thinking: Assignments Your Students Will LOVE Doing

Kateryna Schray, Professor, Department of English

Monday, April 3, 2017

 

Teaching For Integrative Thinking: Assignments that will Energize your Classes and Save the World

Kateryna Schray, Professor, Department of English

Tuesday, April 11, 2017