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CAETL Talking About Teaching – Working with Students in Co-ops, Applied Studies & Independent Studies
This will be a panel led discussion with audience participation. All faculty and graduate students are welcome.
We will explore what it is like for faculty to facilitate and work with students in Co-ops, Applied Studies and Independent Studies. The panel will share their perspective on the benefits of working in these types of courses and also share their perspective of why they feel these programs are beneficial to student learning.
Date: Thursday, October 7th, 2010
Time: 2-4 PM
Place: AH100 (Andy’s Place)
Discussion Panel: Jasminn Berteotti, Jennifer Mather, HJ Wieden, and Ian MacLachlan
For more information about the Talking About Teaching events and about CAETL, please visit our website: www.uleth.ca/caetl
Date: April 8th, 2010
Time: 2:00 – 4:00 PM
Location: AH 100
Be sure to join your fellow graduate students for this last session of the 2009 -2010 Grad TA Workshop Series. In conjunction with the Graduate Students Association, our last session for the term will be an informal opportunity to meet with fellow graduate students and share some of your ideas about the graduate student experience here at U of L.
Please remember that attendance at this session will count toward your certificate of participation in the CAETL Graduate Student TA Workshop Series.
Thank you to all who attended the last Talking About Teaching. We tried a new format and had great success with it.
Our next event is taking place:
2:30 to 4:30 pm (drop in any time)
Andy’s Place (AH100).
Topic: “Challenges and Successes of Teaching a Course with a Lab Component”
Refreshments will be served. Drop in anytime. Graduate students are also encouraged to attend.
We hope to see you there.
Presented by CAETL
When: 3-5pm, March 5th, 2010
Where: Andy’s Place (AH100)
Talking About Teaching is an event that allows instructors throughout the University to come and discuss teaching and learning as it relates to them.
This particular event will be a “soap box” discussion about “Innovative and interesting course endeavours”. Attendees will be able hear from their colleagues as well as participate by sharing their teaching endeavours.
Some topics being discussed by our invited guests will be: speaking about the creation of a new Liberal Education course, integrating audience response systems as well as group blogs.
We encourage you to join us for some great discussion.
For more information about CAETL, please visit www.uleth.ca/caetl
Your CAETL would like to extend thanks to those who attended the last Talking About Teaching event and made it a success. The discussion that arose during this event was truly stimulating and we look forward to another successful event on February 5th, 2010 in AH100.
The next Talking About Teaching presented by the Centre for the Advancement of Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CAETL) will focus on the following question:
What is the role of teaching in a comprehensive University given today’s changing environment?
We encourage you to exam this question from a number of perspectives; student views, professor views, as well as administrative views.
Bring your ideas and your voice and drop in any time between 2:30pm and 4:30pm to engage with your peers in a thoughtful discussion that exams this topic. Refreshments will also be served.
What: Talking About Teaching
When: February 5th, 2010
Where: Andy’s Place (AH100)
CAETL (Centre for Advancement of Excellence in Teaching and Learning) would like to start the semester off by inviting all U of L instructors to join their colleagues this Friday January 22nd, from 2:30 – 4:30 in AH100, to meet your CAETL. This will be an opportunity for you to join members of CAETL and your colleagues for a glass of wine and informal discussion about teaching and learning at the U of L. Let us know the issues you face in today’s classroom, and how CAETL can support your teaching needs.