Posts tagged with “High Impact Practices” (All posts)

January 30, 2024 – Exploring the Range of Public Scholarship at Carleton

7 February 2024

Do you have questions about what types of scholarship fit within the broader umbrella of Public Scholarship? Have you ever wondered what it’s like to work in the field of…

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…

October 3, 2023 – Funding Experiential Education

27 September 2023

Experiential education encompasses internships, fellowships, research, and independent exploration. Students often ask faculty and staff for guidance on what they can do and how to fund their experiences. This session…

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…

Feb 21, 2023 – ACE Faculty Reflections on “Critical Service-Learning”

24 February 2023

Faculty members from the humanities and STEM fields at Carleton who have incorporated ACE components into their courses will reflect on and host small group table discussions on critical approaches…

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 17, 2023 – Career Education at Carleton and Beyond

19 January 2023

How do we enable students to articulate the value of their liberal arts education? In what ways do we encourage students to identify the skills and attributes they are developing…

Jan 10, 2023 – Placing Civil Discourse: Experience and Experiment

12 January 2023

What is civil discourse? How can it be created and sustained in the classroom, on campus, and beyond? In this session students and faculty involved in an A&I seminar dedicated…

Sept 27, 2022 – A “Liberal Arts Laboratory”: Teaching with Archives, Maps, and Rare Books

29 September 2022

Working with Gould Library’s unique physical collections of archives, rare books, artists’ books, and print maps provide students with hands-on, active learning opportunities. This session will highlight creative approaches to…

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