CETL

CETL Calendar

Spring 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

Mon. 1/14/13
To
Thurs. 1/17/13
10 a.m - 2 p.m
CETL- L 313
(Library Third Floor)

New Faculty Institute
Hosted by
CETL
Academic Computing Center
Academic Affairs

This institute will provide informational sessions and workshops to support new faculty’s participation in campus initiatives such as high impact practices and assessment of student learning;  in addition,  opportunities for research, publishing, grant writing and other aspects of professionalization will be covered.

Tue. 1/15/13
2 p.m - 3:30 p.m
CETL - L -313

Academic Service-Learning 101  

Hosted by
CETL &  Service Learning 

This Faculty development workshop supports QCC’s service-learning initiative.
For information  about Service Learning at QCC, please visit http://www.qcc.cuny.edu/servicelearning

Wed 1/30/13
1:15 p.m - 3:00 p.m
CETL-L 313

Teaching at QCC:  New Faculty Institute continued
Presenter:  Dr. JaneE Hindman 
Session One:  

 Creating a dynamic syllabus

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. More

This series will be continued on the following days: February 6, March 6, April 11

Friday 2/1/13
10 a.m - 1 p.m
CETL-L 313

The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
Facilitator:  Dr. JaneE Hindman 
Session 1: Reflective teaching

These bi-monthly 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. More

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.  Sessions will be continued on February 22, March 8, March 22, April 5 and 26

Wed. 2/6/13
1:15 p.m - 3 p.m
CETL-L 313

Teaching at QCC
Presenter:  Dr. JaneE Hindman 
Session Two:
Managing your Classroom:  Discussions, Disruptions, Dissent

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.

Mon. 2/11/13
2 p.m - 3:30 p.m
CETL-L 313

The Pedagogy and Technology of Multimedia Lectures

CETL & ACC Workshop Series
Do you want to know how your colleagues are utilizing technology in their classes?

At this event, QCC faculty and staff will showcase pedagogical strategies and lesson plans for using technology tools for engaging students in their classes

Wed. 2/13/13
1 p.m - 3 p.m
S207

ADA and the community-college context

Hosted by CUNY's Office of Diversity and CETL

As part of a Diversity Projects Development Funds Grant, this three part workshop/lecture series will focus on community-college students with disabilities.

Thurs. 2/14/13
11 a.m - 12 p.m
L302

"Using the Library's Electronic Reserve System for your Courses"

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?

Fri. 2/14/13
2 p.m - 3:30 p.m
CETL-L 313

 

 CETL Open House
Presenter: Dr. JaneE Hindman
CETL’s Role in Faculty
Please Join us

The presentations on Professionalization offered during the New Faculty Institute will be repeated In order to included “seasoned “ faculty in the discussion of opportunities for research, publishing, grant writing and other aspects of professionalization. In addition, we will ask for faculty’s response to our Strategic Plan for AY 13-14.
Please come, enjoy our hospitality, and help us learn how to best serve your needs in the upcoming year(s).

Fri. 2/15/13
10 a.m - 1 p.m
CETL-L 313

Pedagogy Seminar Series
Hosted by
CETL & The Senate committee on Cultural & Archival Resources  Session One: Diversity & Global Learning: An Overview

“Making Cultural Connections: Diversity & Global Learning Across the Curriculum” 
This four part seminar comprised of guest lectures, readings, and seminar discussions is designed for participants who would like to develop instructional material for enhancing diversity/global learning in the curriculum.

Fri. 2/22/13
10 a.m - 1 p.m
CETL-L 313

SoTL: Session 2

Facilitator:  Dr. JaneE Hindman 

Holding up the mirror:  What does my reflection show me about my teaching philosophy and my research interests?
 

These bi-monthly 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.

Thurs. 2/28/13
2:00 p.m - 3:30 p.m
CETL-L 313

 

Using Reflection Activities in your Classes

A faculty-led conversation to support Queensborough's High Impact initiatives

  Facilitators: CETL & QCC Faculty

What is the role of reflection in teaching and learning? What are some pedagogical strategies for designing reflection activities? How do we assess reflection activities?

 

Wed. 3/6/13
1:15 p.m - 3 p.m
CETL-L 313

Teaching at QCC
Presenter:  Dr. JaneE Hindman 
Session Three:
Facilitating Effective Group Work

 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

Wed. 3/13/13
1 p.m - 3 p.m
Oakland Dining Room

Compliant, inclusive, universally-designed classrooms

Hosted by CUNY's Office of Diversity and CETL

As part of a Diversity Projects Development Funds Grant, this three part workshop/lecture series will focus on community-college students with disabilities.

Fri. 3/15/13
10 a.m - 1 p.m
CETL-L 313

Pedagogy Seminar Series
Hosted by
CETL & The Senate committee on Cultural & Archival Resources  

“Making Cultural Connections: Diversity & Global Learning Across the Curriculum” 
This four part seminar comprised of guest lectures, readings, and seminar discussions is designed for participants who would like to develop instructional material for enhancing diversity/global learning in the curriculum..  

Wed. 3/20/13
1:15 p.m - 2:30 p.m
CETL-L 313

Pedagogical Research Proposal Guidelines
Hosted by CETL & Academic Affairs

Topics for the Workshop:
Guidelines for Pedagogical Research proposal (Deadline: May 3)

Thurs. 3/21/13
2:15p.m.-3:15p.m.
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. 3/22/13
10 a.m - 1 p.m
CETL-L 313

SoTL: Session 3

Facilitator:  Dr. JaneE Hindman 

What do they call what I’m doing? Identifying key terms in my area(s) of interests

These bi-monthly 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

Wed. 4/3/13
1:10 pm – 3:00 pm
H- 349

Faculty Presentations:
Results of Pedagogical Research Projects funded in June 2011

Lunch will be served

Faculty who received the Pedagogical Research Challenge Awards in June 2011 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.

Fri. 4/5/13
10 a.m - 1 p.m
CETL-L 313

SoTL: Session 4

Facilitator: Dr. JaneE Hindman

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

These bi-monthly 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.

Wed. 4/11/13
2 p.m - 3:30 p.m
CETL-L 313

Teaching at QCC
Presenter:  Dr. JaneE Hindman
Session 4: 
Writing as a way to learn

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

Wed 4/17/13
1 p.m - 3 p.m
Oakland Dining Room

Instructional strategies and classroom management for student success

Hosted by CUNY's Office of Diversity and CETL

This workshop is designed for students, faculty, and staff. It has been coordinated in conjunction with the Office of Service-Learning's Earth Day programming.

Fri. 4/19/13
10 a.m - 1 p.m
L 117

Pedagogy Seminar Series

Hosted by
CETL & The Senate committee on Cultural & Archival Resources   

“Making Cultural Connections: Diversity & Global Learning Across the Curriculum” 
This four part seminar comprised of guest lectures, readings, and seminar discussions is designed for participants who would like to develop instructional material for enhancing diversity/global learning in the curriculum..  

Wed 4/24/13
2 p.m - 3 p.m
S111

Young Americans with disabilities

Presenter: Dr. Carrie Shandra, SUNY Stony Brook

noted Disabilities Scholar on young people with disabilities

Hosted by CUNY's Office of Diversity and CETL

As part of a Diversity Projects Development Funds Grant, this workshop will focus on community-college students with disabilities.

Friday 4/26/13
10 a.m - 1 p.m
CETL-L 313

SoTL: Session 5

Facilitator: Dr. JaneE Hindman

Who cares what I have to say?: Finding a venue for my reflections/findings

These bi-monthly 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.

Friday. 5/17/13
10 a.m - 1 p.m
L 117

Pedagogy Seminar Series

Hosted by
CETL & The Senate committee on Cultural & Archival Resources  

Session Four:  Presentations

“Making Cultural Connections: Diversity & Global Learning Across the Curriculum” 
This four part seminar comprised of guest lectures, readings, and seminar discussions is designed for participants who would like to develop instructional material for enhancing diversity/global learning in the curriculum..  

Friday 5/17/13
10 a.m - 1 p.m
CETL-L 313

 

 SoTL: Session 6

Facilitator: Dr. JaneE Hindman

Starting out small: Writing and submitting an abstract to a conference or journal

These bi-monthly 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.  

Wednesday 6/19/13
10 a.m - 12 p.m
CETL-L 313

 

 Academic Service Learning 101

A faculty development workshop to address the nuts and bolts of integrating academic service learning in your courses

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*   

Click on the Workshop Request Form. For RSVP, please click on the submission form.

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