Event-Related Resources

Resources from past events range from session recordings, worksheets, and other helpful items provided by event facilitators. 

2022

Tuesday, April 12, 2022

Growth Mindset: Harnessing Resilience and Success

    Monday, April 11, 2022

    Leveraging the Power of Science to Harness Resilience and Success

      Tuesday, March 22, 2022

      Energizing and Motivating Students to Learn in Uncertain Times


      Link to Resource Guide (must log in with W&L credentials)

      Tuesday, March 22, 2022

      “Epistemic Vexation”: Leading Students to Embrace “Not-Knowing” in Quantitative Classes

      Link to Resource Guide (must log in with W&L credentials)

      Friday, January 28, 2022

      Re-Thinking Our Writing Assignments from the Student Perspective: An Interactive Workshop

      Link to Google Slides

      2021

      Tuesday, March 30, 2021

      Co-Writing ‘Our’ Classes: Engaging Students in the Course Design Process

      Tuesday, March 9, 2021

      Building a Collaborative Community in the Classroom

      Friday, March 5, 2021

      Student Writing in the Quantitative Disciplines: Assessing and Responding to Student Writing

      Link to Box folder with related handouts (must log in with W&L credentials)

      Thursday, February 18, 2021

      We’ve got the Data. Now What?

      Link to Box folder with NSSE data and PowerPoint slides (must log in with W&L credentials)

      Tuesday, February 2, 2021

      Small Teaching: From Minor Changes to Major Learning

      Wednesday, January 27, 2021

      Teaching Distracted Students

      Tuesday, January 12, 2021

      There Is Work to be Done: Disrupting Systems in Academia

      2020

      Thursday, November 19, 2020

      Ungrading in a Pandemic…and the Rest of the Time, Too

      Wednesday, November 18, 2020

      The Work Continues: Deconstructing Colonization and Racism in the Classroom

      Tuesday, November 17, 2020

      Small Contemplative Teaching for Focus, De-Stressing, and Building Community 

      Wednesday, November 4, 2020

      Pedagogy and (perhaps you have) Pizza #3:

      Student Voices: Finding the Bright Spots

      Tuesday, October 13, 2020

       

      Pedagogy and (perhaps you have) Pizza #2:

      “There is work to be done”: Deconstructing Colonization and Racism in the Classroom

      Padlet URL: https://padlet.com/cwilsonedd/WLUWork

      Wednesday, September 9, 2020

      Pedagogy and (perhaps you have) Pizza #1:

      Creating Classroom Joy in the Time of COVID

      Thursday, Apr 23, 2020

      Spring Term Course Workshop

      Structuring Our Spring Term Courses to Maximize Productivity and Decrease Stress
      1. Go to the ACUE website and scroll down to the section entitled “Organize Your Course
      2. Crowdsourced active research in multiple fields: Zooniverse
      3. Bard’s Center for Experimental Humanities, which contains ideas that can be applied in any field.
      4. A good site on Problem-Based Learning from the University of Illinois.

      Managing Community and Student Interaction Workshop
      1. Go to the ACUE website and scroll down to the section entitled “Welcome Students
      2. How to use Breakout Rooms. (Please note: you must set up Breakout Rooms before you begin your Zoom session!)
      3. Go to the ACUE website and scroll down to the section entitled “Plan and facilitating quality discussions

      Making Sure We Survive: Managing the Workload Workshop
      1. Links for Ungrading:
      2. Links for grading contracts:
      3. Responding to student work using audio comments:

      March 16-24, 2020

      Virtual Instruction Academy

      Pedagogy and Purell: Alternatives for Assignments, Activities, and Assessments

      Liberal Arts Values in the Virtual Classroom

      Putting the Personal in the Virtual

      Tuesday, Feb 11, 2020

      Teaching Writing in the Sciences: Exploring Alternative Methods for Teaching Lab Report Writing 


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