To see an overview of our theme for the year, click here.
If you are looking for information on an event that has already occurred, visit our Past Events page for more details.
Online Courses (CUTS)
Jan. 30 - Feb. 10, Teaching Philosophy (must be enrolled in the Certificate in University Teaching Skills)
Feb. 20 - Mar. 3, Course Design (must complete Teaching Philosophy course first)
Mar. 20 - Mar. 31, Learning Technologies (must complete Course Design course first)
Registration is required and closes on the Wednesday before the course start date. Registration for these courses is now closed.
2017 Academic Portfolio Retreat
Each year, the Office of Academic Affairs and the Reinert Center co-sponsor a two-day Academic Portfolio Retreat, designed to assist faculty in the preparation of third-year review, tenure, or promotion dossiers.
During the retreat, participants will write about, reflect on, and organize evidence of their teaching, research, and service, in preparation for third-year, tenure, or promotion review. The retreat also provides faculty with an opportunity to come together across disciplines, as a teaching and research community, for conversation and mentoring. Participants will begin working on a preliminary draft of their academic portfolio.
For details and registration, please see the webpage [LINK]
1:00 - 2:00 p.m.
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ShortCUTS to a Successful Teaching Portfolio
Planning on completing your teaching portfolio for the Certificate in University Teaching Skills this semester? Come to this one hour session that focuses on the requirements and details of a successful teaching portfolio.
1:30 - 3:00 p.m.
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Balancing Scholarship and Teaching (Praxis Workshop)
Facilitated by Bill Siler, PT/AT
Research and teaching are fundamental aspects of academic life and yet are often felt to be in conflict. This session is meant to facilitate a conversation among participants as they embark on the path to finding harmony in the academic life.
3:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Teaching Essentials (CUTS)
Each workshop in this series presents a fundamental teaching strategy or technique that could be in any teacher's toolbox. After a brief introduction about the why's and how's of the teaching strategy, participants will draft a lesson plan, assignment, or project that will put the tool to work immediately.
NB: This series is especially beneficial for those who are new to teaching or who want to refresh their teaching essentials.February 13, BSC 253 A&B
Course Corrections: Collecting and Reacting to Student Feedback During the Semester
April 17, CGC Seminar Room 124
Understanding Common Mindsets of International Students about Learning
2:30 - 4:00 p.m.
Des Peres Hall 213
6th Annual Learning Studio Symposium
Please join us for the Reinert Center's 6th Annual Learning Studio Symposium on April 19 from 2:30-4:00 p.m. in Des Peres Hall 213. Past and current Innovative Teaching Fellows will share their perspectives and experiences about teaching in the Learning Studio, a state-of-the-art teaching space designed by a team of faculty and students as part of the Herman Miller Learning Spaces Research Program.
Additional details, including presenters, topics, and registration links can be found here [LINK].