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30 faculty took a winter-break challenge: learn to solve the Rubik's cube in five minutes or less and learn to become better instructors.
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Advice & Tips
Advice for a group reading format during remote learning from Hoda Yousef, History
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Advice & Tips
Advice for using a discussion pod format during remote learning from Suzanne Baker, Education
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Advice for conducting lab classes during remote learning from Jeff Thompson, Biology
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Advice for conducting office hours during remote learning from Matt Neal, Mathematics
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Advice for alternative modes of assessment during remote learning from Susan Kennedy, Psychology
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Advice for a low stakes assessments during remote learning from Gary Baker, Modern Languages
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Newsletters
Serving as the CfLT’s Director has been a privilege. And I have seen the future and I am hopeful. It won't be easy, but we can do it. Who's in?
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We may not think of teaching as an impossible task. After learning about Lonnie Bunch III, we might think differently.
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Over the break I saw Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Hamilton in Chicago. I laughed, I cried, but most of all I learned something profound about teaching
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It's the time of year when we look back and evaluate. But who's got time for that? Dr. Jeff Duncan-Andrade inspired me to look forward. You should too.
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Sam Cooke knew well that change can be a long time coming. And one year from now, we'll see change all around. Curious about next November? Read on.
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Wellness Events
Join us for one of three Mindfulness Sessions with professional coach, teacher, and speaker, Daron Larson.
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Newsletters
It’s easy to feel overwhelmed at mid-semester and lose your way. Rest assured, you’re not alone. And help is out there; just ask a sea turtle.
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Newsletters
Intentional course design and a commitment to promote learning across difference made all the difference for students in a philosophy class last semester.
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The change of seasons has me longing for lessons learned amidst wizards, spells, and the deep bonds of friendship. Got your wand?
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I used the summer to catch up on movies. Two about rock climbing left a deep impression, and this lesson: No one climbs--or teaches--alone.
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Newsletters
I took a trip to the National Memorial for Peace and Justice in Montgomery, Alabama. Teaching will never be the same.
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Stumbling through piano and voice lessons has proved rather quite humbling. Thankfully, I've learned some insights about teaching. Curious? Read on.
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February has been a great month for learning and teaching at Denison. Here, we reflect on teachers who made a difference to us. Curious? Read on.
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What difference do questions make? That's something we'd like to explore with you this semester. There's good work to do. Who's in?
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When mindfulness, the calendar, and an emerging interest in holistic faculty development combine together, we start to wonder: What is possible?
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What can we learn about learning from mixing middle school, artificial intelligence, and the potential power of classroom partnerships?
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Can a curriculum review really promote community? Christine Pae, Chair of the Religion department, discussed the good works happening in her program.
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Books, blog posts, and a video dedicated to faculty development. And this month's video takes seriously the matter of grades. Seriously funny, that is.
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Our jobs can be simultaneously invigorating and stressful. And our relationships with colleagues matter. What happens when we "get out of the office"?
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Newsletters
3 books, 2 blog posts, and 1 video dedicated to faculty development. And the video just might make you laugh!
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With the change of seasons I’m reminded the semester is changing too. These changes prompt a pause and--for me--a question: What is education for?
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I'll begin with my ending: The first weeks of the semester have confirmed for me that learning is happening everywhere. Here are some highlights.
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Three books, two blog posts, and one video dedicated to professional development. And the video just might make you laugh.
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