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October 10, 2023 – Considering A&Is From Students’ Perspectives

27 September 2023

The LTC has hosted several faculty-focused sessions about the Argument and Inquiry seminars in the last few years, but what do we know about students’ experiences A&I courses?  As they…

Sept 26, 2023 – Reflections on Summer Pre-College Teaching & Learning

27 September 2023

This session will include panelist reflections on supporting first-generation, BIPOC, and low-income students and the transformative peer and faculty relationships born from the diverse cohorts learning together in such an…

May 16, 2023 – Academic Civic Engagement in the Humanities

18 May 2023

Academic Civic Engagement is widely recognized as a high-impact practice, but it can be challenging to formulate projects with clear benefit to both students and off-campus partners, especially in disciplines…

May 2, 2023 – Considering A&I

3 May 2023

As the only course required for every Carleton student, A&Is carry a lot of weight in the Liberal Arts curriculum. But what exactly are A&Is, and what do we want…

April 25, 2023 – Adventures in Teaching Across Disciplinary Divides

2 May 2023

This panel  showcases 3 models of interdisciplinary teaching. We will review assignments created to bring students from different classes together to work in multidisciplinary teams, and an OCS program, where…

April 18, 2023 – Strategies for Oral Assesment

24 April 2023

As we come off online teaching and confront newly accessible AI technologies, now is an excellent time to discuss benefits, challenges, and strategies surrounding oral assessment. Interested audiences may include faculty who used oral assessment during online teaching and want to refine their practices, faculty who are looking for “ChatGPT-resistant” assessment tools, and staff and faculty who are invested in helping students develop career skills such as interviewing and oral communication.

 

Feb 14, 2023 – What Does Bias Mean in Your Class

17 February 2023

What do students mean when they say something is “biased”? What do we mean? Over the years, “bias” has made its way into our colloquial lexicon and become a catch-all…

Jan 31, 2023 – How We Learn and How Instructional Technology Can Help

1 February 2023

Building on current understandings of how our brains work and how this impacts learning, we will explore how Moodle and other instructional technologies can help students develop effective learning techniques…

Nov 8, 2022 – Ally: A New Tool to Help with Creating More Accessible Course Materials

11 November 2022

This session will give an overview of what Ally can offer to faculty, how you can use it for incremental changes to your courses, and why the tool will give…

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