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Conversations on Teaching

Zoom NC

Conversations on Teaching sessions are loosely-structured, educator-driven, and solution-focused opportunities to help you persevere in your teaching throughout the semester. Come for a refreshing dialogue with other UNC-CH instructors, CFE consultants, and a rotating cast of invited guest contributors to learn from others' teaching experiences via Zoom.

Free

Conversations on Teaching

Zoom NC

Conversations on Teaching sessions are loosely-structured, educator-driven, and solution-focused opportunities to help you persevere in your teaching throughout the semester. Come for a refreshing dialogue with other UNC-CH instructors, CFE consultants, and a rotating cast of invited guest contributors to learn from others' teaching experiences via Zoom.

Free

Conversations on Teaching

Zoom NC

Conversations on Teaching sessions are loosely-structured, educator-driven, and solution-focused opportunities to help you persevere in your teaching throughout the semester. Come for a refreshing dialogue with other UNC-CH instructors, CFE consultants, and a rotating cast of invited guest contributors to learn from others' teaching experiences via Zoom.

Free
Recurring

Course Design Institute (CDI)

Zoom / Microsoft Teams

Each CFE Course Design Institute (CDI) is a structured sequence of workshops, activities, and working sessions held over a 3-day period with a 6- to 12-member cohort of UNC instructors. Together, we use backward design approaches to develop upcoming courses … Continued

Recurring

Course Design Institute (CDI)

Zoom / Microsoft Teams

Each CFE Course Design Institute (CDI) is a structured sequence of workshops, activities, and working sessions held over a 3-day period with a 6- to 12-member cohort of UNC instructors. Together, we use backward design approaches to develop upcoming courses … Continued

Recurring

Course Design Institute (CDI)

Zoom / Microsoft Teams

Each CFE Course Design Institute (CDI) is a structured sequence of workshops, activities, and working sessions held over a 3-day period with a 6- to 12-member cohort of UNC instructors. Together, we use backward design approaches to develop upcoming courses … Continued

Creating an Inclusive Syllabus

Zoom

The syllabus is often the first point of contact between your students and your course. How can you ensure that this important document is inviting, not discouraging? In this session, we’ll review strategies to make your syllabus more welcoming, transparent, … Continued

Overcoming the Tyranny of Content

Zoom

This workshop introduces participants to a recent publication from Life Sciences Education and offers practical strategies for shifting away from a content-coverage model of course design in favor of devoting more class time to active learning. Learning objectives: Leverage evidence … Continued

Getting Started with Poll Everywhere

Zoom

Class polling is a popular student engagement tool used to seed discussion, promote applied thinking, and assess student understanding of course concepts. In this introductory workshop, participants will learn about strategies for developing effective poll assignments and will be introduced … Continued

Beyond Think-Pair-Share: 10 Strategies for In-Class Small Groups

Zoom

In-class small group work can engage students with one another and course materials to enhance higher-order thinking, mastery of course concepts, diverse views, and deeper learning. Research shows that small-group learning improves academic achievement, relationships between classmates and faculty, and … Continued

Carolina Teaching and Learning Colloquium Series

Zoom

Join us on February 4 as Dr. Jennifer Friberg, Illinois State University, presents "Using Guided Notes to Scaffold Student Learning." Guided notes help increase content knowledge, encourage higher-level thinking, or increase student engagement. Registration is free but required.     … Continued