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New faculty conversations & upcoming workshops

Attention: Helpful and rich conversations happening inside!
Attention: Helpful and rich conversations happening inside!

On Thursday September 10th it was our pleasure to co-sponsor a New Faculty Orientation with the Dartmouth Center for the Advancement of Learning (DCAL).  The event focused around teaching and learning here at Dartmouth.  Together with President Hanlon, an amazing group of librarians, and a fantastic panel of "not so new" Dartmouth faculty, we began conversations ranging from course design, student engagement and grading policies to time management techniques.

As everyone has gotten busy settling in, we encourage you to remember how important it is to keep these conversations active, connecting with colleagues and resources that can help and inspire.

We want to keep this great dialog going.  To that end, please consider this term's New Faculty Luncheons. Focused on helping new faculty jump start their teaching program, these lunchtime sessions will provide opportunities to share concerns and successes and ask questions regarding teaching, student learning and instructional technology.

Wednesday October 21st: Syllabus Design

12:30pm-2:00pm in DCAL (102 Baker Library)

For October's session, we’ll learn about Syllabus design, starting with the development of learning outcomes. Preparing to teach a course next term? Learn how identifying and incorporating learning outcomes into your teaching can help make course design decisions easier and effective to enhance student learning.


Wednesday November 18th: Student-centered assignments

12:30pm-2:00pm in DCAL (102 Baker Library)

November's lunch will explore student-centered assignments, discussing the research behind the approach, and best practice ideas for implementing them in your course.

 

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