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teaching strategies

  

JanCon 2019 Companion Website Resources Thank you for attending and see you at our next ETS event!

February 6, 2019 by | Technology

2019 JanCon Companion Website Resources The sixth annual JanCon 2019 concluded, but there are still resources available!  You’re invited to visit our website to discover what 72 colleagues (+15 online participants) found of interest!  KEYNOTE: Dr. Curt Bonk Education 20/20 meets Education 4.0: Visions of Our Changing Learning World!  FACULTY PANEL: Tales from the Field Interactive

Tech Tuesdays Tuesdays at 12:00PM Pacific Time

April 2, 2018 by | Technology

Tech Tuesdays take place every Tuesday at 12:00PM Pacific Time. We use the easy online Zoom video conference platform where anyone with a computer or a mobile device can join us to talk about a new technology. We typically present a specific technology each week for ~10 minutes and then allow up to 20 minutes

Connecting faculty with colleagues and content Register NOW for Faculty Open Classroom Initiative (FOCI) Week

March 12, 2018 by | Uncategorized

Ever wonder how other faculty members teach? What their classrooms are like? How it feels to be a student today, specifically at Chapman? The Institute for Excellence in Teaching and Learning’s (IETL’s) new Faculty Open Classroom Initiative – FOCI, for short – aims to connect Chapman’s teaching faculty to each other by pairing volunteer faculty

The Tech Hub Grand Opening Day This Week, February 15th

February 12, 2018 by | Events

The Hub Grand Opening When: Thursday, February 15, 2018 11am – 6pm Where: DeMille 104 (Near the Glassell Entrance) Who’s Invited: Everyone! All students, faculty and staff Guest Speakers: Dean Andrew Lyon, Dr. Amir Raz, Dr. Siu Fun Wong and Fabian Geyrhalter Lightning talks by Faculty: “Teaching with Technology” Guest Vendors: Microsoft, Apple, Adobe, Del,

Designing instruction for ALL learners Registration open now for IETL's JanCon 2018

December 3, 2017 by | Uncategorized

I’d like to think that all higher education faculty, at Chapman University and elsewhere, are aware of several ways that we accommodate students who have documented disabilities and need assistance in order to optimally perform in our classes. Large print materials, screen readers, voice amplification, use of a laptop or a note taker, preferential seating,

Creating space for all students to participate for more equity

August 11, 2017 by | Pedagogy

This article about timekeeping as a feminist practice is perhaps one of the most influential pieces that I’ve read about pedagogy this year. Prior to reading this piece I hadn’t considered how I could user a timer to ensure that all students in my class have space for contribution. Although I have used a timer

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