Join colleagues, student consultants, and Dr. Mary-Ann Winkelmes (Director, TILT Higher Ed) in this highly interactive, hands-on opportunity. Each morning, we’ll consider a practical, evidence-based design strategy to make courses more accessible, relevant, and motivating for students. After discussing an example of what that strategy looks like in practice, you’ll apply it to revising an existing course and syllabus, or designing a new one. We’ll adopt a collegial and supportive facilitated process that incorporates individual work and real-time peer feedback in pairs and small groups. You’ll leave the institute with a course and syllabus that are (re)designed to support students’ learning, incorporate shared competencies, and to advance your own teaching success.
June 13-16, 2022
9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. EST each day
- Monday: Transparent, Equitable Instruction
- Tuesday: Scaffolding Skill Development in Your Course
- Wednesday: Raising Students’ Metacognitive Awareness of Skill Development
- Thursday: Representation and Diversity in your Discipline and in Your Syllabus; Accessibility of Materials
The first 30 to register and attend all four sessions will receive a $1000 stipend.
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This event was published on May 16, 2022.
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