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Please join us for the 2018 Winter Institute. This year's theme is Transformative Learning: Students as Producers. The institute will kick off with a keynote and interactive workshop with Derek Bruff of Vanderbilt University, followed by an afternoon of faculty led concurrent sessions. Lunch is included.
Session details and registration link can be found on the webpage [LINK]
Participants enrolled in the Certificate in University Teaching Skills are required to take three online courses (also referred to as online seminars) in the following sequence:
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Scientific evidence suggests that students' success in the classroom is more closely related to the way they approach and overcome obstacles than to their innate abilities. In this session, we will talk about the neuroscience research that underpins these findings and how you can harness this knowledge to help students become more resilient and successful in their academic careers.
Elena Bray Speth and Janet Kuebli
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.
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This Praxis workshop will explore the necessary components for creating an environment that is conducive to learning and the most appropriate for you, your audience and the content being delivered.