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Writing Group

Due to “always on” culture and the countless personal and professional obligations facing faculty and staff,setting aside time for focused work is becoming more challenging....

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Finding your way

This information is provided to new faculty during our New Faculty Orientation. News (yours and others) Hooray!  You’ve just had an article published / had...

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So…When Do I Write?

This New Faculty Orientation (NFO) session provided a space for new faculty to strategically plan out ways to make progress on their scholarship and to...

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Assessment Strategies

Assessment is an integral part of our development as teachers and mentors, and it can also track the impact of curricular changes, and improve our...

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Discussion Questions

I often provide students with a list of 4-6 discussion questions for a reading or film. Students must read the discussion questions before reading/viewing the...

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Class Summarizer

I use this exercise to help students develop skills at keeping track of and retaining what takes place during a class discussion. Two students are...

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Exam wrapper

Teaching hacks are relatively simple strategies that we might use to improve student learning or reduce our workload. These strategies might free up additional class...

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Screencasts

Teaching hacks are relatively simple strategies that we might use to improve student learning or reduce our workload. These strategies might free up additional class...

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