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Kasey Greenbaum
Click to view contentParticipants will learn more about research-based, practical strategies for inclusive teaching and mentoring. Although the demographics on campuses worldwide are becoming increasingly diverse, many colleges are struggling with how to foster a more inclusive climate and equitable outcomes for students. This session will highlight the experiences of…
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Kasey Greenbaum
Active learning is a big component of inclusive teaching. In this webinar, Kelly A. Hogan, Associate Dean of Instructional Innovation at UNC-Chapel Hill and long-time Summer Institutes fellow, will discuss how inclusiveness and active learning are related and highlight several concrete strategies to encourage inclusive classrooms.   Can’t join us…
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Mara Natale
Learning Scientist, Bill Heslop, shows how student-entered data worksheets could be the answer in your lab, providing students with immediate feedback on their own lab results and saving TAs a ton of time grading--that they can use helping students in lab instead.   Table of Contents:  0:00 Intro 0:38 How to use Go To Webinar  2:23 Bill…
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Mara Natale
Starting some online labs? Want to do more to prepare your students for lab? Learn more about Hayden McNeil's Lab Simulations and how they can benefit your lab and your students.   Table of Contents:   0:00 Intro 1:34 How to Use Go To Webinar  2:30 Lab Simulations Features 3:45 Demo  5:51 Start Lab  19:15 Quizzing  22:18 Additional…
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Chelsea Simens
What is critical reading, and why is it useful to focus on it when teaching composition? Author and professor Ellen Carillo (University of Connecticut) explores these questions and more. She digs into the challenges of teaching critical reading, how to surmount those challenges, and finally how we might help students develop this important skill.…
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Chelsea Simens
Finally a writing software program that truly works for your English Composition classes. Joel is an instructor both online and in person and has been a class tester of Achieve for over 2 years. He is going to show both the instructor and student experience of the Achieve software and answer any questions colleagues who join our webinar may have.…
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Chelsea Simens
Shevaun Watson, Writing Program Administrator (WPA) at the University of Wisconsin--Milwaukee, wanted a way to engage her students in a few key concepts for writing and research and she needed a way to systematize the teaching of that information for all her colleagues. She developed a series of Active Instructional Modules that require students…
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Chelsea Simens
Author and University of Nebraska Professor Stacey Waite (Ways of Reading) takes you through the merits and challenges of teaching political texts in the writing classroom. She explains why the effort is worthwhile.                       ACCESS THE RECORDING TODAY            
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Chelsea Simens
This webinar will allow us to begin a conversation about how to teach now that digital technology makes it possible for everything that is said, seen, heard, searched for, texted, tweeted, or shared open social media can be published instantly and distributed globally.                     ACCESS THE RECORDING TODAY            
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Chelsea Simens
Join professor and author John O'Hara (Current Issues and Enduring Questions) for a timely webinar on the importance of critical thinking in the writing course. John's discussion will cover standards, metacognition and interpretation, and the value of critical thinking beyond the classroom. He will focus on examples that engage students--from the…
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