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Spring OER Initiative Seminar: Workshop II

NVC 14-269

The topic of the second cohort meeting is “Why OER?” In session two we will discuss the pedagogical value of using OER instead of textbooks, and also how the openness of OER creates a different relationship to education than zero cost.  Attendees will have the opportunity to learn about other faculty’s experience of the OER […]

Collaborative Learning/Group Work

Newman Library Room 763

Experts contend that collaborative learning encourages risk-taking and creativity for students and teachers alike, yet many faculty members remain wary of group work. They cite problems including unequal effort among group members, poor organization and communication, and confusion or even resentment about grading practices. What are some ways to tap the benefits of collaborative learning […]

Remixing Final Projects

NVC 14-269

In this workshop, we’ll first explore some creative and / or multimedia projects which served as an alternative to the traditional end-of-semester test or research paper. Each presenter will discuss a project that their class conducted as well as the milestones that supported the project’s development. For the second half of this workshop, participants should […]

CTL Hybridization Seminar: Our Second Meeting

NVC 14-280 55 Lexington Ave, New York, NY, United States

The topic of "Aligning Course Design (and Teaching Philosophy) to Platform" will be explored in the second cohort meeting of the Spring 2018 CTL Hybridization Seminar Faculty Fellows.The CTL Hybridization Seminar is a terrific opportunity for Baruch faculty who have not yet experimented with teaching in an online/hybrid format. Seminar participants will be encouraged to think creatively […]

Gamifying Your Course

NVC 14-269

Learn how to gamify your lessons or assessments in this 1-hour workshop. We will learn about best practices from game-based learning (GBL) pedagogies. We will then brainstorm strategies for gamifying our own courses in the last half hour of the workshop.  

SoTL Research and Writing Group Meeting

NVC 14-266

Starting Fall 2017, the CTL has sponsored a research and writing group to support the development and dissemination of SoTL projects. Participants are invited to share their work with colleagues, exchange ideas and approaches, and get and give feedback. The interdisciplinary group meets monthly. The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) is the systematic, evidence-based […]