CETL

CETL Calendar

Spring 2014 Events

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

Date, Time & Room

Workshop

Description

Mon. 1/13/14
To
Thurs. 1/16/14
10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.

LB 24

New Faculty Institute

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.

Thurs. 1/15/14
10:00a.m - 11:30a.m.

S 207

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

Thurs. 1/16/14
&
Fri. 1/24/14
2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Oakland Dining Room 

Course Design Workshop: Designing your Course for Significant Learning

A workshop to support faculty participating in High Impact Practices (HIPs)

"Backrard Course Design: The Key to Enhanced Student Learning"

This workshop will offer an overview of integrated course design for participants of High Impact Practices.

Tue. 1/21/14
To
Wed. 1/22/14
10:00 a.m - 3:00 p.m

CETL - L 313

Global and Diversity Learning as High Impact Practice

Winter Institute
Hosted by
CETL & GDL

This institute will offer an overview of Global & Diversity Learning (GDL) as one of the High Impact Practices for Queensborough Academies.

For more information about GDL, please visit

Global and diversity learning

Mon. 2/3/14
9:00 am-11:00 am

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.

Wed. 2/5/14
12:15pm - 1:45pm
 
LB 16

Bridging the Gap
Session One:
  As part of an effort to help bridge the gap between cognitive science and pedagogy, the seminar series will support participants in the implementation of new teaching strategies and approaches. 

This series will include five sessions conducted over the semester. Participants will explore key aspects of learning and the research that supports them, including: 1) the role of prior knowledge and misconceptions; 2) deep vs. surface learning and transitioning from novice to expert learner; and 3) the role of practice and feedback.
It will be continued on the following days:
 3/5, 3/19, 4/23, 5/7.

Fri. 2/14/14
10:00 am - 1:00 pm

CETL-L 313

 

The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

Session 1: Reflective teaching
This series 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.

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.
This writing, reading, and publishing group will be continued on 3/14, 3/28, 4/11, 4/25, & 5/9.

Wed. 2/19/14
12:15 p.m - 1:45 pm

H-347

Grant Development Workshop: C3IRG

Hosted by:
The Office of Sponsored Programs & CETL

The Community College Collaborative Incentive
Research Grants (C3IRG) Program supports the  collaborative research efforts of faculty at CUNY Community Colleges.  

C3IRG Submission Deadline: April 4, 2014

Fri. 2/21/14
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

LB 24

Assessment Institute

Session One  

Assessment Context
Assessment Terminology
Assessment Instruments
Data Analysis

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.
This institute will be continued on 2/28,
3/7, & 3/14.

Fri. 2/28/14
2:00 p.m - 4:00 p.m

LB-24

 

Assessment Institute 2

hosted by  
CETL & Academic Affairs

Assessment Context
Assessment Terminology
Assessment Instruments
Data Analysis

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.
This institute will be continued on 2/28,
3/7, & 3/14.

Wed. 3/5/14
12:15 pm -1:45 pm

LB 16

Bridging the Gap

Session Two:

Sessions will be continued on the following days 3/19, 4/23, 5/7.

This series will include five sessions conducted over the semester. Participants will explore key aspects of learning and the research that supports them, including: 1) the role of prior knowledge and misconceptions; 2) deep vs. surface learning and transitioning from novice to expert learner; and 3) the role of practice and feedback.

Fri. 3/7/14
10:00 a.m - 11:30 p.m

Kupferberg Holocaust Resource Center & Archives, Room 202 L

Reflection as a means to enhancing student learning

Hosted by: CETL

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

Fri. 3/7/14
2:00 p.m -4:00 p.m

LB - 24

Assessment Institute 3

Assessment Context
Assessment Terminology
Assessment Instruments
Data Analysis

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.
This institute will be continued on 3/14.

Wed. 3/12/14
12:15 p.m - 1:45 p.m

Kupferberg Holocaust Resource Center & Archives, Room 202 L

Reflection as a means to enhancing student learning

Hosted by: CETL

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

Fri. 3/14/14
10:00 am -1:00 pm

CETL-L 313

The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

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

This series is meant to continue the discussion of teaching begun at the New Faculty Institute AND to allow adjuncts as well as  “seasoned” faculty to join the discussions
It will be continued on the following days: 3/28, 4/11, 4/25, & 5/9.

Fri. 3/14/14
2:00 pm -4:00 pm

LB-24

Assessment Institute 4

Hosted by
CETL & Academic Affairs

Assessment Context 
             Assessment Terminology
Assessment Instruments
Data Analysis

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.
This institute will be continued on 2/28, 3/7, 3/14.

Wed. 3/19/14
12:15 pm -1:45 pm

LB 16

Bridging the Gap

Session 3

As part of an effort to help bridge the gap between cognitive science and pedagogy, the seminar series will support participants in the implementation of new teaching

This series will include five sessions conducted over the semester. Participants will explore key aspects of learning and the research that supports them, including: 1) the role of prior knowledge and misconceptions; 2) deep vs. surface learning and transitioning from novice to expert learner; and 3) the role of practice and feedback.
It will be continued on the following days 3/5, 3/19, 4/23 and 5/7.

Wed. 3/26/14
 2:30 pm -3:30 pm

CETL-L 313 

Pedagogical Research Proposal Guidelines

 Presenters:
CETL & Former grant recipients

Topics for the Workshop:

Guidelines for Pedagogical Research proposal

Fri. 3/28/14
10:00 am -1:00pm

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 interests.

This writing, reading, and publishing group will be continued on 4/11, 4/25, & May 9

Wed. 4/2/14
12:15 pm -1:45 pm

H 347

 

Faculty Presentations:

Results of Pedagogical Research Projects funded in June 2012-13

Lunch will be served

Faculty who received the Pedagogical Research Challenge Awards in June 2012 to support research projects on community college pedagogy will present the results of their work.

The projects focus on various interventions that can impact student learning outcomes.

Wed. 4/2/14

2:30 pm -3:30 pm

CETL-L 313

The IRB Review Process

Hosted by CETL & Academic Affairs

 

Topics for the Workshop:

CUNYwide IRB review process An overview of IRBNet How to download data from IRB manager 

Fri. 4/4/14

10:00 a.m.- 12:00 p.m.

LB - 14 

Publishing your Pedagogical Project:

Faculty Experiences

Queensborough faculty from across the academic disciplines will discuss their experiences of publishing pedagogical projects, research, and tools. 

Panelists:

Liz Di Giorgio (Art & Design): Megan Elias (History)

Nidhi Gadura (Biology); Karan Puri (Math & Computer Sci)

Amy Traver (Sociology); Monica Trujillo (Biology) 

Wed. 4/9/14
12:15 pm - 2:00 pm

H- 347

 

Where's the Evidence: Designing and Carrying out a Pedagogical Research Study

 Guest Presenter: Dr. Jacqueline Dewar, Mathematician, SoTL Author & Scholar

This workshop will provide basic considerations of research design such as whether (and how) to gather quantitative or qualitative data or both.

Fri. 4/11/14
10:00 am - 1:00 pm

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 4/25, & 5/9.

Wed. 4/23/14
12:15 pm - 1:45pm

LB-16

 

Bridging the Gap

Session 4
As part of an effort to help bridge the gap between cognitive science and pedagogy, the seminar series will support participants in the implementation of new teaching

This series will include five sessions conducted over the semester. Participants will explore key aspects of learning and the research that supports them, including: 1) the role of prior knowledge and misconceptions; 2) deep vs. surface learning and transitioning from novice to expert learner; and 3) the role of practice and feedback; It will be continued on 5/7.

Fri. 4/25/14
10:00 am - 12:00pm

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

This writing, reading, and publishing group will be continued on 5/9

Fri. 4/25/14

12:00 pm - 2:00pm

LB-14

 

Three Steps to Publishing SoTL: Recommendations From an Editor

Guest Presenter:  Milton D. Cox

Founder and Editor-in-Chief of the Journal on Excellence in College Teaching and the Learning Communities Journal

Presenting and publishing the scholarship of
teaching and learning (SoTL) can be some of the most important outcomes of our teaching and our students’ learning.

 Dr. Cox will discuss 3 steps that you can engage to become a successful author. We will examine SoTL strategies that can enable teaching/learning project presentation, and publication. 

Wed. 5/714

12:15 pm - 1:45pm

LB-16

Bridging the Gap

Session Five:  Faculty Presentations and Reflections 

This session concludes the series for the

spring semester.

  

Fri. 5/9/14
10:00 am - 1:00 pm

CETL-L 313

 

The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

Session 6:
Writing and submitting an abstract to a conference journal

This seminar series will be continued in
Fall 2014

The secret of joy in work is contained in one word-- excellence.
To know how to do something well is to enjoy it.
 -Pearl S. Buck

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