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CETL

CETL Calendar

Spring 2015 Events

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Office: L-314 Library Building
Phone: 718-281-5161
       CETL@qcc.cuny.edu
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Date, Time & Room

Workshop

Description

Tue. 1/21/15
To
Fri. 1/23/15
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.

Wed. 1/21/15
&
Thurs. 1/23/15
10:00 a.m.-2:00 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.

Fri. 1/23/15
2:00 p.m.-4:30 p.m.

Oakland Dining Room

Backward Course Design Workshop:

Designing your Course for Significant Learning

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

Fri. 1/30/15
10:00 a.m.- 12:00 p.m.

CETL-L 313

Reflective Teaching Workshop


Hosted by CETL

The workshop is for faculty members who implemented a High Impact Practice for the first time during the last three semesters and they are planning to implement again in Spring 2015..

Mon. 1/30/15
2:00 p.m.-4:30 p.m.

Oakland Dining Room

Course Design Workshop:

Designing your Course for Significant Learning

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

Mon. 2/2/15
9:00a.m.-11:00a.m.
or
Thurs. 2/5/15
4:00 p.m.-6:00 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. 2/3/15
3:00 pm -5:00 pm

CETL-L 313

High Impact Practices:
Program Coordinators meeting

Program coordinators from across the HIPs will meet to discuss program goals

continued on  3/3, 3/31

Fri. 2/6/15
10:00 am -2:00 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  2/20, 3/6, 4/17 & 5/15

Fri. 2/20/15
10:00 am -2:00 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/philosophy/position?

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  3/6, 4/17 & 5/15

Fri. 2/27/15
10:00a.m.-11:30a.m.

Holocaust Center
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.

This workshop will be repeated on  3/5

Tue. 3/3/15
3:00 pm -5:00 pm

CETL-L 313

High Impact Practices:
Program Coordinators meeting

Program coordinators from across the HIPs will meet to discuss program goals

continued on  3/31

Fri. 3/6/15

10:00 am -2:00 pm

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.

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  4/17 & 5/15

Wed. 3/11/15

12:15 pm-1:45 pm

H 349

Faculty Presentations:

Results of Pedagogical Research Projects funded in June 2013

Lunch will be served

Faculty who received the Pedagogical Research Challenge Awards in June 2013 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.

Thurs. 3/12/15
2:00p.m.-4:00p.m.

Holocaust Center
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.

Thurs. 3/13/15
10:00 am -11:30 am

KHRCA
Room-A 202

Classroom Management Workshop
Series: Session Three

Panelists:
Counseling Office, Health Services, PSC CUNY, Public Safety, Services for Students with Disabilities Office, Student Affairs, Title IX Office

The attendees of the previous sessions expressed an interest in learning about procedures to be followed if specific situations were to arise in their classrooms. In this interactive workshop, panelists will discuss sample scenarios and suggest appropriate actions.

Thurs. 3/13/15
10:00 am -2:30 pm


Oakland Dining Room

Peer-Led Team Learning Model:
Engaging Students in Math and Science

Facilitated by
Dr. David K. Gosser, Jr. Director, Center for Peer-led Team Learning at City College (CUNY)

The Peer-Led Team Learning (PLTL) is a nationally recognized and replicated model of STEM education that decreases DWF rates and increases persistence to higher-level courses. It utilizes peer-led group workshops that are complementary to the lecture. PLTL provides an active learning environment that creates leadership roles for undergraduates, and engages faculty in a creative and revolutionary new method of teaching.

Wed. 3/18/15

1:00 pm-3:00 pm

CETL L-313

Pedagogical Research Proposal Guidelines


Hosted by CETL & Academic Affairs

Topics:
Proposal Guidelines Q &A about Pedagogical Research projects.

Wed. 3/19/15

2:00 pm-3:00 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.

Wed. 4/1/15

12:00 pm-2:30 pm

KHRCA Exhibit Area

First Annual High Impact Practices Showcase

"Student Learning Made Visible"

Hosted by CETL

Come and explore any or all of Queensborough's seven designated High Impact Practices (HIPs)!

Each HIP will host an informational presentation or display to familiarize faculty with the learning goals, teaching strategies, and student work in HIP courses.

Fri. 4/17/15
10:00 am -2:00 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.

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  5/15

Fri. 4/29/15
12:15 pm -1:45 pm

A 310

Expanding the Scope of Students’ Academic Research:

Tools and Strategies for Creating Multimedia Texts.

Presenter Jennifer Jacovitch from Blue Ridge Community College, VA, will explore how developments in communication technologies offer rich possibilities for involving undergraduate writers in research and publication beyond the academic community.

Friday 5/15/15
10:00 am -2:00 pm

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 next semester.

Thurs 5/21/15
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

CETL-L 313

Reflective Teaching Workshop

Hosted by CETL

The workshop is for faculty members who implemented a High Impact Practice for the first time during the last three semesters and they are planning to implement again.

MWF June 1-July 1
10:00 am - 4:00 pm

CETL-L 313

Writing your Journal Article in 12 Weeks

Hosted by CETL:
Workshop Series led by Dr. Jane Hindman

Based on Wendy Belcher’s (Princeton University) highly popular and successful workbook Writing Your Journal Article in 12 Weeks, this intensive writing group/workshop series offers a structure for completing all the tasks required in writing a journal article—from forming an argument to identifying an appropriate journal to refining the structure to writing an abstract. See more »


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