Join us for this online faculty-led series where colleagues highlight a certain classroom practice, use of a technological platform, pedagogical approach, or research on classroom/studio practice they’ve found invaluable and especially relevant for cross-departmental sharing. Each Spotlight takes place virtually and includes about 20 minutes of sharing with plenty of time for questions, answers, and conversation in the rest of our hour together.
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Leading with a lie: Scientific inquiry, skepticism, and information access in a General Education Core science class
Date and Time: April 5, 12:30-1:30 (virtual) RSVP here In the first week of his undergraduate Science and Society course, Professor Damon Chaky tells a
Recording from: Faculty Spotlight: Structuring inclusive classrooms to support diverse learners”
Thank you for joining us for this faculty spotlight on March 6th, where Anna Phillip and Caroline Matthews shared their research-in-progress, as they work to
Faculty Spotlight: Structuring inclusive classrooms to support diverse learners
March 6, 12-1pm Please join us for this faculty spotlight, where Anna Phillip and Caroline Matthews will share their research-in-progress, as they work to understand