“Promoting and Assessing Engaged Learning” with Dr. Elizabeth Barkley
Applications are specifically sought from teams of faculty members or individual faculty members who are interested in achieving persistent high-quality student involvement in learning and determining how they might gauge how these strategies can help them understand what and how students are learning in their courses. Teams of faculty members may consist of, but are not limited to, faculty members who teach similar or related courses. For example, faculty members in a team may teach across sections of the same or related courses, across courses that span curriculum progressions (initial, middle and end-of-program courses), are working to integrate capstone experiences into earlier curricular courses.
Applications must be submitted no later than Tuesday, March 22, 2016 (online, faxed to 523-8949, or mailed to Faculty Professional Development Program, Box 4131)
Please call 523-9972 if you do not see a confirmation page after submission.
If selected to participate in the Seminar 2016, I agree to the following responsibilities:
- availability to participate in full-day sessions on May 18 - 20, 2016
- availability for one of the orientation lunches:
to participate in follow-up discussions with Seminar colleagues during the year following the seminar
to submit a brief report at the end of the academic year on the ways my teaching was influenced by the Seminar work and the impact of this work on student learning.
- Tuesday, April 5; University Union, Havasupai A/B, noon - 1:00 pm
- Monday, April 11; University Union, Havasupai A/B, noon - 1:00 pm