Reading Circle: Trust in Numbers

18 April 2022

In summer 2021, we structured our Reading Circle around weekly discussions of Trust in Numbers by Theodore Porter, supplemented by additional readings (see Further reading below). We began this Reading…

Book cover of Trust in Numbers

Finding the Excitement in Teaching Remotely: Doing CS with a Light Board

16 September 2020

Why would you build your own light board in your home office? It sounds exciting but how does it work and why should you consider doing it (or not)? I…

David Liben-Nowell teaching at a light board

Example of resilient course design for an interactive lecture course

7 August 2020

In thinking about fall term course planning, I had two strong responses: 1) I don’t know where to begin, and 2) It’s a lot of work to plan a course,…

Matrix of course activities

A glimpse into a teaching circle

31 January 2020

Kim Huynh (Chemistry), Andrea Mazzariello (Music), Ryan Terrien (Physics & Astronomy), and Paul Petzschmann (European Studies) participated in a teaching circle this past fall. They created a podcast that provides a glimpse into their experience.

Five professors sitting around a table

Teaching circle reflections on student participation

13 November 2017

Kristin Bloomer (Religion), Anita Chikkatur (Educational Studies), and Anna Rafferty (Computer Science) participated in a teaching circle last spring. Here Kristin, Anita, and Anna provide a glimpse into their experience…

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SoTL stories

5 April 2017

Faculty at Carleton spend a lot of time thinking about teaching, and yet we don’t always do a good job of making our scholarly teaching visible, as I noted in…

LTC Lunch session

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