Posts tagged with “Teaching in Disciplines” (All posts)

January 16, 2024 – Bringing Learning to Life with 3D Models

22 January 2024

Learning tends to happen best when we can interact with content at a physical level.  Digital 3d models can be a viable alternative, making rare objects more accessible.  Some of…

October 24, 2023 – Connecting Classrooms and the Real World – Bringing Everyone In

27 September 2023

This session will showcase the work of CHEM 271 – Chemistry and Society and Peopling the Past, two projects spearheaded by Carleton faculty that break down barriers between classrooms and…

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…

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 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…

April 26, 2022 – Makerspace Tour

5 May 2022

A recent article suggests that Makerspaces can have a positive impact on mental health. The Class of 1969 Makerspace in Anderson Hall invites you to come see how you can improve mental health, see…

Nov 2, 2021: Incorporating Social Justice Insights in the Language Curriculum

4 January 2022

Faculty across the college are searching for ways to more fully embrace antiracist teaching.  In a summer reading circle, a group of colleagues in Spanish looked for theoretical approaches and…

April 20, 2021: Decolonizing your Syllabus: Implicitly and Explicitly

29 April 2021

In the context of our ongoing work in inclusion, diversity, and equity, many groups on campus have been discussing the cultural and racial perspectives that have shaped many of our…

April 6, 2021: Peer Mentoring Programs in Academic Programs Supporting BIPOC Students

29 April 2021

Several academic programs at Carleton programs are working with peer mentors to increase support for BIPOC and other students with historically underrepresented identities. Daniel Hernández and one of the mentors will…

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