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Winter Institute 2022: Ignatian Pedagogy at the Intersection of Well-Being and Inclusion 

Thursday, January 13, 10:00 - 3:00
Zoom (links will be emailed the week of the Institute)
Registration page

This day-long event will feature an interactive workshop on incorporating emotional intelligence in courses using a neuroscientific approach. Additionally, the day will include dynamic presentations by several faculty members from across the university who are doing work that highlights aspects of the day’s theme. The day will end with facilitated breakout room discussions focused on practical ways to incorporate Ignatian pedagogy, well-being, and inclusion into one’s own teaching practice. 

For additional details and a full schedule, please visit the Winter Institute event page

To register to attend the Institute, please visit the registration page

Maintaining Rigor in Times of Crisis 

Wednesday, January 26,  2:30-4:00 p.m. via Zoom

During this workshop, we will examine the meaning of rigor as it pertains to our respective courses and programs. In addition, we will analyze the part rigor plays in our course design and implementation as well as how we manage it during times of uncertainty, fatigue, loss, and other crises.

Registration is requested

Join Zoom Meeting: https://slu.zoom.us/j/98361354320  
Meeting ID: 983 6135 4320, Password: 550562

James H. Korn Scholarship for Teaching and Learning Ceremony

Monday, February 7, 3:30 - 4:30 
Pere Marquette Gallery

The Reinert Center is pleased to announce that the winners of this year’s James H. Korn Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Award are Kelly M. Everard, Ph.D. and Kimberly Schiel, M.D. from the department of Family and Community Medicine. Please join us as we recognize and celebrate the recipients. 

Please let us know if you can join us

Course Design Institute 2022

Save the dates: June 6 - 10, 2022

For info on our Course Design Institute, please view the program page. Additional details for this year's offering will be added here as they become available. 

Introduction to Online Teaching 

The Introduction to Online Teaching is a fully-online asynchronous seminar that provides a pedagogical foundation for Saint Louis University faculty who are new to the online teaching environment. The seminar provides faculty an opportunity to gain the experience of an online “student” and to experience a fully-online course that has been designed to align with the University’s Online Course Design Rubric while developing a plan for an online course.

Current available sections:

  • Spring 2022: March 21-April 4
  • Summer 2022: July 11-25

For additional details, please see our webpage
Registration Page 

Instructional Videos

The following is a list of asynchronous instructional videos created by the staff of the Reinert Center. We are continuing to develop more videos, so check back often for new offerings. 

Fostering Asynchronous Discussions

Using Panopto to Create Interactive, Pre-Recorded Content

Creating Accessible Online Learning Environments

Using Zoom Breakout Rooms for Synchronous Group Work

Effective Practices for Lesson Capture