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Lehman College How Learning Works workshops: June 2-11, 2015 (47.8k)   Uploaded by Gina Rae Foster on 5/8/2015

This June, the Lehman Teaching & Learning Commons will bring back the highly praised workshop series based on the book How Learning Works: Seven Research-Based Principles for Smart Teaching. The workshops will examine the recommended learning principles in combination with Daniel Willingham’s Why Don’t Students Like School? and Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy.

OLS OER Workshop (154k)   Uploaded by Curtis Kendrick on 10/6/2014

Describes workshop for faculty about how to convert courses to using OERs. Limited to 20 participants, those successfully completing the two-week workshop will receive a modest stipend. Please share the information, and apologies for duplication.

Program Review PP (33m)   Uploaded by Janine Graziano on 3/24/2014

This is a PP that was sent to go along with the four chapters on program review that end the earlier document.

POD Responses on CTL Assessment (25.5k)   Uploaded by Janine Graziano on 3/24/2014

This doc is a compilation of email responses and attachments sent to me in response to a Q on POD re assessment of CTLs.

CTL Directors Retreat--Lehman College: PBL Notes (22.8k)   Uploaded by Bruce Rosenbloom on 1/28/2014

Dear All-- Josephine Corso nicely summarized the individual group findings from our problem-based learning session that we held at Lehman College. I have attached the file. To set the context, we broke up into groups of 5-6 participants to plan a CUNY-wide faculty development program. Each group chose a topic and brainstormed how they would approach developing the hypothetical program. Thank-you again Gina Rae for hosting the event at Lehman!

Hostos CTL Fact Sheet for Lehman Retreat (194.7k)   Uploaded by Gina Rae Foster on 1/15/2014

Hostos CTL feedback form for Spring 2014 (276.5k)   Uploaded by Gina Rae Foster on 1/15/2014

Aren't we wearing enough hats? (2.2m)   Uploaded by Eva Fernández on 1/14/2014

My presentation lives here: http://prezi.com/78mami2onpnd/ (no file: Prezi) Since I must upload a file, I am attaching a photograph of one of my hats.

Finding Your Center Session Intro PPT (96.7k)   Uploaded by Debra Swoboda on 1/13/2014

Making Your Case, Case for School of Professional Studies (16.8k)   Uploaded by Susan Ko on 1/10/2014

One-page summary for presentation at 12:45 pm

Making Your Case, Case for Staten Island (12k)   Uploaded by Susan Ko on 1/10/2014

One-page summary for presentation at 12:45 pm

Making Your Case, Case for Hostos (57.1k)   Uploaded by Susan Ko on 1/10/2014

One-page summary for presentation at 12:45 pm

Flipping Faculty Development Slides (1.2m)   Uploaded by Gina Rae Foster on 1/9/2014

These slides accompany the video link on the announcement page, also found here: http://wiley.adobeconnect.com/p7k9vecyy3m/

CUNY Centers for Teaching & Learning Retreat agenda (17.3k)   Uploaded by Gina Rae Foster on 1/2/2014

Please see the attached agenda for our retreat activities.

Schroeder Article for 2014 CTL Retreat "Finding Your Center" Session (1.8m)   Uploaded by Debra Swoboda on 1/2/2014

If you are attending the 2014 CTL Retreat, please read the attached piece by Connie Schroeder, a chapter entitled "Faculty Developers as Institutional Developers" in Coming in from the Margins: Faculty Development's Emerging Organizational Development Role in Institutional Change by Schroeder (Ed.). The piece will be discussed as part of the session on "Funding Your Center" at the retreat.

CUNY Centers for Teaching & Learning Retreat draft agenda (83.5k)   Uploaded by Gina Rae Foster on 12/20/2013

Our working agenda for the retreat, with topics and timings. An updated agenda will be available the first week of January.

CUNY Centers for Teaching & Learning Retreat Invitation (226.5k)   Uploaded by Gina Rae Foster on 12/20/2013

The Lehman Teaching & Learning Commons will be hosting the second CUNY Centers for Teaching & Learning Directors' Retreat on Monday, January 13, 2014. Please see the attached invitation. Directors and CTL leaders are encouraged to bring up to 3 additional guests. The day's activities include three workshop sessions facilitated by CUNY CTL Directors on leadership, management, and resources. Kevin Kelly from the Wiley Learning Institute is our keynote speaker. Please RSVP to Gina Rae Foster at gina.foster@lehman.cuny.edu. Looking forward to seeing you there!

The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: From Idea to Integration (58k)   Uploaded by Howard Wach on 4/16/2013

This 2010 article, by Pat Hutchings, describes the integrative and institutional possibilities embedded in SoTL faculty work.

SoTL Journal List (19.7k)   Uploaded by Howard Wach on 4/16/2013

Hostos Session on Mastery (181.6k)   Uploaded by Zhanna Kushmakova on 12/11/2012

Hostos Prior Knowledge Session (109k)   Uploaded by Zhanna Kushmakova on 12/11/2012

Hostos Feedback and Metacognition Session (1.4m)   Uploaded by Zhanna Kushmakova on 12/11/2012

Bridging the Gap End-of-Seminar Survey (21.1k)   Uploaded by Karrin Wilks on 12/7/2012

Bridging the Gap Pre-Seminar Survey (19.3k)   Uploaded by Karrin Wilks on 12/7/2012

Bridging the Gap Seminar Overview (16.6k)   Uploaded by Karrin Wilks on 12/7/2012

Best Teaching Practices (pdf version) (1.6m)   Uploaded by Mari Watanabe-Rose on 10/20/2011

Its HTML version can be seen at: www.cuny.edu/teachingpractices

Queens College Professor Pauline Spatafora's Upcoming Workshop at BMCC, 3/15/11 (17.3k)   Uploaded by Victoria Mondelli on 12/9/2010

Please join us on 3/15/11 at 3:30pm at BMCC for a workshop on accent reduction for faculty and staff. Let me know if you can make it. Here is Professor Spatafora's description of her workshop and approach: Learning to pronounce words in English properly can be a difficult procedure for many adults, and the need to communicate in a clear manner is usually limited to, in many cases, a foreign background. In the work force where personnel tend to be multiethnic and multi-lingual, oral communication is often marked by mispronunciation and syntactical errors, making it difficult to understand the speaker. Communicating with proficiency and ease helps to build self-esteem and confidence. We learn to speak when we are young and we learn from heredity and environment. By learning to use our tongue-teeth-palate-lips and air in new ways, you, too, can learn to pronounce the words in the English language properly. This workshop will help professors and educators help their students. Thank you, Tori Mondelli BMCC

CIT websites and directors 2010-2011 (version 2) (39.5k)   Uploaded by Mari Watanabe-Rose on 10/22/2010

 
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