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Creating a "Promising" Syllabus

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Creating an Promising Syllabus

Explore the evolving role of syllabi in higher education. Learn how a few changes to the traditional syllabus document can positively impact student motivation and follow through. A promising syllabus rubric is provided.

These sessions are paperless, please bring a computer. 

This workshop is part of the Teaching & Learning Fundamentals Series hosted by the University Teaching & Learning Center. Learn how to design courses and assignments for significant learning, as drawn from the Course Design Institute. Other workshops in this Spring 2017 series are Open Educational Resources for Faculty,  Connecting Student Motivation and Teaching Strategies, Creating a “Promising” Syllabus, A New Twist on Teaching Goals: Dreaming Big, Assessing Learning Part I - “Backward” Design, Assessing Learning Part II - Opportunities and Challenges, How to Design Macro Assignments, Staging and Pacing Course Assignments, Learning Activities: Expanding the Repertoire, and Feedback and Grading. All sessions will be first-come, first served.

Event Date and Time: 
Thursday, February 9, 2017 - 5:00pm to 6:30pm
Event Location: 
Gelman Library, Room 301
Event Type: 
Faculty
Event Format: 
Workshop
RSVP Required: 
No RSVP required for this event
Event Series: 
Teaching & Learning Fundamentals

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