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Multiple dates

 

Online Seminars

Online seminars are offered for participants in the Certificate in University Teaching Skills (CUTS) program only. If you are not yet a CUTS participant, please fill out a Statement of Intent Form, found on the Certificate Program's "Requirements and Forms" page on our website (http://slu.edu/cttl).

Feb 1-12: Course Design
Feb 22 - Mar. 4: Learning Technologies

Registration is required and can be found here.

Feb. 2 & 5

1:30 - 3:00 p.m.

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Developing Nontraditional Projects (ETS)

Nathaniel Rivers, English

This workshop is designed to help teachers create nontraditional projects that nevertheless fit within already existing pedagogically or programmatic contexts. Participants will be provided an opportunity to articulate their pedagogical goals and then move to embed those goals in projects that push against the boundaries of previous approaches.

Multiple Dates

3:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Des Peres 213

Teaching with Technology

Certificate participants may earn one ETS Credit for attending three workshops in this series.

Feb. 11: Universal Design for Learning: Teaching with Images
Mar. 3:   Effective Practices for Lecture/Lesson Capture

To register, click here.

Multiple Dates

3:00 - 4:00 p.m.
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Teaching Essentials

Certificate participants may earn one ETS Credit for attending three workshops in this series.

Feb. 15: Designing Effective Group Work Through Purpose
Mar. 23: Designing Effective Lesson Plans

To register, click here.

Feb. 23 & 26

1:30 - 3:00 p.m.

AHB Multipurpose Room

Creating Rubrics (ETS)

Robert Cole, School of Education

March 10

Il Monastero, 

St. Louise Room

Ignatian Pedagogy Institute 

During this day-long institute, participants will increase and deepen their knowledge of Ignatian Pedagogy as an extension of Ignatian spirituality using the lens of imagination. Through multiple interactive sessions, participants will engage in imaginative thinking strategies focused on deep discovery and social justice learning that may be adapted to a variety of disciplines and pedagogical purposes.

Please visit the webpage for schedule details and registration

March 15 & 18

1:30 - 3:00 p.m.

Boileau Hall 

Teaching Accelerated-Schedule Courses(ETS)

Heather Bednarek, Economics

This seminar gives consideration as to how an instructor's approach to a course may differ when delivered on a compressed schedule vs. 15 weeks. Strategies for how to restructure from one time frame to another will be discussed. Applicable across delivery methods, face-face, online or hybrid.

Higher purpose. Greater good.
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