CETL

CETL Calendar

Fall 2013 Events

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Office: L-314 Library Building
Phone: 718-281-5161
CETL@qcc.cuny.edu
http://www.qcc.cuny.edu/cetl

Date, Time & Room

Workshop

Description

Wed.  8/21/13
11a.m.-1 p.m.

Reading Room
 in
Kupferberg Holocaust Resource Center & Archives

  Writing in the 21st Century
A Lecture by 
Dr. Kathleen Blake Yancey
Professor of English, Distinguished Research Professor, and Director of the graduate program in Rhetoric and Composition at Florida State University.

Dr. Yancey's expertise includes the integrative learning essential to the variety of reflective strategies in HIPs (High Impact Practices). This lecture will focus on fostering the new ways of knowing that enable students to be successful with digital projects, collaboration, integrative learning, and impactful reflection.

Tue.  8/27/13
8:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.

Oakland Dining Room 

New Faculty Orientation

Hosted by
CETL
Academic Computing Center Academic Affairs 

This orientation will provide information about the Academies, pedagogical modalities, classroom management issues and assessment, faculty development opportunities, and research support.

Fri. 8/30/13
10 a.m - Noon

CETL - L -313

Academic Service-Learning 101  

Hosted by
CETL & Service Learning

Faculty development workshop to support Queensborough's service-learning initiative

This workshop will cover the basics of service‐learning and provide you individualized help to: develop your service‐learning course; register your course on the service‐learning website.

For information  about Service Learning at QCC, please visit http://www.qcc.cuny.edu/servicelearning

Tue. 9/10/13
8:30 a.m.-12 p.m.
&
Wed. 9/11/13
4 p.m.-6 p.m.

Oakland Dining Room

New Adjunct Faculty Orientation

Hosted by  

CETL
Academic Affairs

This orientation will provide information about the Academies, pedagogical modalities, classroom management issues and assessment, faculty development opportunities, and research support.

Tue. 9/10/13
10 am-11 am

Library - L 302

E-Reserves Workshop

The workshop will be conducted by

Prof. Peijun (Jeffrey) Jia,
Reserve Systems Librarian

What is E-Reserve?
How does E-Reserve work?
Why use E-Reserve for your class?
Electronic-Reserve, Blackboard and E-portfolios Copyright issues

Tue. 9/18/13
12:30pm - 2pm

Library - L 302

Library Workshop on Academic Publishing

This workshop will provide resources to help in preparing your scholarly article for publication.

Presented by QCC Librarians: Dr. Barbara Bonous-Smit and Prof.
Suzy Sciammarella

Are you new to the academic publishing world?

Have you completed a conference presentation, research or teaching
project that you would like to turn into a publishable article?

Are you just beginning your research and have a project in mind for which you need to develop a literature review?

Fri. 9/20/13
10 am - 1:00 pm

CETL-L 313

 

The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

Session 1: Reflective teaching

This writing, reading, and publishing group will be continued on 10/4; 10/25; 11/15; 12/13

These sessions will familiarize participants with the purpose and influence of this burgeoning field called the scholarship of teaching and learning. SoTL involves taking a scholarly approach to teaching just as we would to any other area of knowledge-making.

You will begin with reflection on your own teaching and end with—at the very least—a completed abstract/proposal you can submit to a conference or journal.

Fri. 9/20/13
2. p.m- 4 pm

LB-24

 

Assessment Institute

Hosted by
CETL & Academic Affairs

Assessment Context
Assessment Terminology
Assessment Instruments
Data Analysis

This institute will be continued on 9/27; 10/4; 10/11

The institute is a four-day workshop that will address multiple aspects of assessment, especially course assessment. In addition, the institute will discuss the role of Institutional Research and the Learning Outcomes Assessment Manager as resources for all kinds of assessment at the departmental and college level.

Wed. 10/2/13
12:15 pm -1:45 pm

H-347

Campus-wide Conversation
How can our classroom work have an impact on community college pedagogy?

Hosted by CETL & CCRC (Community College Research Center)

The session will focus on the levels at which faculty's pedagogical research is constructed, understood, disseminated, and made effective.

Through their participation in this semester, faculty should find inspiration, community, and a greater context for their work.

Fri. 10/4/13
10 a.m - 1 p.m

CETL-L 313

 

The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

Session 2: Holding up the mirror: What do my reflections show me about my interests/philosophy/position? 

This writing, reading, and publishing group will be continued on
10/25; 11/15; 12/13

 

Wed. 10/9/13
12:15 pm -1:45 pm

H-347

High Impact Practices 

Professional Development 

Hosted by
CETL & Academic Affairs

Reflection as a means to enhancing student learning

This session is part of the professional development series for faculty involved in high impact practices

Wed. 10/23/13
12:15 pm -1:45 pm

H-347

Campus-based Partnerships in Pedagogical Research
Connecting to QCC scholars' projects; crafting larger questions out of projects; writing process

Hosted by CETL & CCRC (Community College Research Center)

The session will focus on the levels at which faculty's pedagogical research is constructed, understood, disseminated, and made effective.

Through their participation in this semester, faculty should find inspiration, community, and a greater context for their work.

Fri. 10/25/13
10 a.m - 1 p.m

CETL-L 313

The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

Session 3: What do they call what I'm doing? Identifying key terms in my area(s) of interest

This writing, reading, and publishing group will be continued on 11/15; 12/13

Fri. 11/15/13
10 a.m - 1 p.m

CETL-L 313

The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

Session 4: How can I join the conversation?
Getting situated in current discussions about teaching and learning

This writing, reading, and publishing group will be continued on 12/13  

Wed. 11/20/13
12:15 pm -1:45 pm

H-347

CUNY-based Partnerships in Pedagogical Research

What are the larger pedagogical questions being asked across CUNY

Hosted by CETL & CCRC (Community College Research Center)

The session will focus on the levels at which faculty's pedagogical research is constructed, understood, disseminated, and made effective.

Through their participation in this semester, faculty should find inspiration, community, and a greater context for their work.

Wed. 11/22/13
2:00 pm -4:00 pm

LB-24

Using Rubrics to Promote Student Learning Outcomes

Presenters: JaneE Hindman, Director, CETL Ian Beckford, Academic Assessment Manager

This introductory workshop on developing rubrics will cover how to construct effective rubrics for different purposes and contexts. In addition to gathering information, participants will also practice rubric constructive in interactive activities.

Wed. 12/11/13
12:15 pm -1:45 pm

H-347

Exploring Global & Diversity Learning

Hosted by Academic Development Committee & CETL

Invited Speakers: Barbara Blake-Campbell (Nursing) Stephen Hammel (Business) Simran Kaur (Biology) Jennifer Maloy (Academic Literacy) Tony Monahan (HPED)

This workshop will bring together faculty from across the disciplines to share their curricular innovations and pedagogical practices that address the opportunities for Global & Diversity Learning in exploring multiple perspectives on viewing the interdependent world.

Fri. 12/13/13
10am -1pm

CETL-L 313

 

The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

Session 5:
Who cares what I have to say?

Finding a venue for my reflections/findings

 

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