Spring 2018 CETL Professional Development Events

February 1: 4-5PM, ACEN 146

Formative Student Feedback
Presenter:
Dr. Monica Heller, Assistant Professor of Educational Psychology and Director of the Undergraduate Psychology Program 

RESOURCES:
MU Instructions to Gather Student Feedback via Canvas Survey 
MU Video Instructions with Full Script for Accessibility

Presentation Slides & Recording:
Presentation Slides
A recording of the session can be found in the CETL Canvas Course within the Tegrity Classes navigation area 

March 1: 4-5PM, ACEN 146

Teaching Squares: A Process for Formative Peer Teaching Feedback
Presenter(s): 
Michelle Calka, Kate Eisenbise Crell, Kristen Short, and Stacy Stetzel

A Teaching Square is a framework for faculty to gain new insights into teaching through reciprocal classroom observations and formative discussions. The four faculty in each square (or three in a triangle) visit each other's classes once over the course of a semester and then meet to discuss what they've learned from their observations and reflect on teaching practices.

Michelle Calka (Communication Studies), Kate Eisenbise Crell (Religious Studies), Kristen Short (Biology) & Stacy Stetzel (Education) will share what they've learned from the process, overview the guidelines and best practices for doing peer observations, and engage in group mini-discussions on teaching practices. Interested instructors will also have the opportunity to sign up to be a part of a future teaching square.

RESOURCES:
Presentation Slides
 

April 5: 4-5PM, ACEN 146

Skill Development Through Standardized Patients
Presenter: 
Zach Dougal, Associate Professor of Exercise and Athletic Training & Clinical Education Coordinator
 

May 3: 4-5PM, ACEN 146

TBD


For past CETL Professional Development Events, see the following links:
Fall 2017