CTLT Micro Workshops: One hour, three great topics
Your time is precious. We know that. So the staff at the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology has developed a series of quick, 20-minute Micro Workshops.
Each one covers a single topic, focusing on a way that you can improve your teaching in the classroom and beyond. As always, these sessions are free to faculty, staff, and graduate students, and no advance registration is required.
So, you’re invited to come over to the ITDC Building (our home base, next door to Jimmy John’s on South Main Street) at noon Monday, October 21. For the hour, we’ll be offering three Micro Workshops, back-to-back. Come for one or more of these great sessions:
Voice Performance for Professors
Gain confidence and learn how to create compelling and informative voiceovers for various kinds of media presentations.
Flip Communication in Your Course
Want to increase idea generation and sharing among your students? We’ll highlight the strategies and techniques that are simple, effective and relevant to all course formats.
Activating Prior Knowledge
Explore one of the 7 Effective Principles for Smart Teaching, “Activating Prior Knowledge.” Get ideas on how to activate and organize students’ prior knowledge in ways that will enhance their learning of new content and ideas.