To wrap up the 2021 January Conference on Teaching, Kimberly Welch, Instructional Consultant, hosted a workshop focused on how to plan for future semesters. The workshop provided participants with resources to help them personally plan for success, ways to engage students wherever they are, and practical activity ideas and resources to fit their instructional needs.
The Institute for Excellence in Teaching & Learning (IETL) hosted the 8th annual January Conference on Teaching (JanCon) in collaboration with Educational Technology Services (ETS) with virtual programming held January 19 – January 22. Each session was recorded and is available in the ‘Teaching Resources from the IETL’ Canvas Den that all faculty have access
Given Twitter’s importance to how we communicate and share ideas in our country right now, I recently turned to Twitter for some ideas for getting acquainted with our students at the beginning of a semester: As I’m getting to know my new group of students, today I asked them to go around and say what
During the pandemic and working-from-home experience of the past few months, I’ve noticed that it is hard to mark time, as so much of my previous routine is gone and the days tend to slip into one another as time passes. Perhaps that is why Professor Anna Leahy’s recent poem about time during the pandemic,
The Institute for Excellence in Teaching & Learning’s (IETL) annual January Conference on Teaching (JanCon) will include an array of programming on teaching and learning topics held Tuesday, January 19 – Friday, January 22, via Zoom, in collaboration with Educational Technology Services. Preliminary programming includes workshops on: Open Educational Resources (OER), Hypothesis (new collaborative annotation
Chapman University’s annual January Conference on Teaching sponsored by the Institute for Excellence in Teaching & Learning (IETL) and Educational Technology Services (ETS) was held on January 24, 2020. This year’s event gathered 83 colleagues between both the Orange and Rinker campuses to explore “Teaching for Today’s Learners”. A large focus of the conference was