Feb 23, 2021: The Teaching Toolbox Best Practices for Supporting Students in Carleton’s Larger Classes

28 April 2021

Many of the teaching techniques demonstrated to support a diverse community of learners in small classes (e.g., connecting with students personally, seeing students as individuals) can be difficult to adapt…

Feb 16, 2021: What Does Learning Sound Like?

28 April 2021

This experimental “mini book group” addresses how teachers and students can help create a classroom atmosphere that generates fruitful discussions. In preparation, participants will read Chapter 7, “What Does Learning…

Feb 9, 2021: Fostering Academic Honesty in an Online Setting

28 April 2021

As we continue to navigate online teaching, academic honesty violations are ticking up.  Concerns about “getting the right answer,” the ease of looking things up, and the difficulty of proctoring…

Feb 2, 2021: Annotated Bibliographies as a Way to Map the Scholarly Conversation

28 April 2021

Annotated bibliographies are deceptively simple, but they come in many forms, fulfill many functions, and work towards varying goals. Some annotated bibliography assignments are meant to help students begin the…

January 26, 2021: Well-being on Campus

26 March 2021

How can we help all students thrive at Carleton, especially given the unprecedented mental health challenges students are experiencing? Can we promote students’ well-being through our courses and our advising practices…

January 19, 2021: Gather.Town

20 January 2021

Gather Town, a new online platform described by some as a cross between Zoom and Pac-Man, allows for dynamic virtual interaction between participants. This session will present an array of…