Assess your teaching so far this semester and learn new ways to help students retain knowledge. Inspect the uncommon ways to incorporate a document camera into your teaching. Organize a short and long term plan for your teaching.
Use ReggieNet to communicate with your students. Uncover the unique ways to use the document camera in the classroom. Record and narrate videos to create material for a flipped, blended, or online course.
Identify your core teaching beliefs and learn how to best articulate them to your students. Explore advance uses for several Adobe products. Assess how to build a survey using Select Survey.
Engage with your students using Classroom Clickers. Increase engagement in large classes. Collaborate with others and go mobile with OneNote.
Todd Zakrajsek, associate director of Fellowship Programs in the Department of Family Medicine at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, will be the 2016 Teaching & Learning Symposium keynote speaker.
Take your projects anywhere with OneDrive and Office 365. Increase engagement in large classes. Use ReggieNet to communicate with your students.
Incorporate ReggieNet’s Gradebook feature in your courses this semester. Record and narrate videos to create material for a flipped, blended, or online course. Apply the standards of the Quality Matters rubric to your online and blended courses.
Got a great idea to improve how students learn in your course? Let the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology help you make that idea a reality.
Increase your students’ cultural competency and awareness. Create goal oriented lessons with ReggieNet. Collaborate with others using OneNote to become more productive.
At the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology, our Teaching Excellence workshops are a tradition that help spark discussion and knowledge about best teaching practices.