The Teaching Professor Workshops
The Teaching Professor Workshops are “hands-on” interactive events. At the end of the workshop, you will leave with a tangible product or process that you can implement immediately.
We limit the enrollment in our workshops so that we can assure a small instructor-to-participant ratio. You will get individual attention from our expert presenters and an opportunity to learn from your peers.
Workshops consist of individual work, small-group work, whole-group discussions, and one-on-one work with one of our facilitators.
Here is a list of upcoming workshops:
|Blended Learning Course Design: A Boot Camp for Instructors
July 29-30, 2013 | Madison, WI
This exclusive workshop is for faculty members who want to offer the best of both worlds: the strengths of face-to-face teaching and the promising capabilities of new educational technology. You’ll learn the most pedagogically effective ways to blend instructional technology, course content, and course activities to promote the interaction of students with one another, the instructor, and the content.
|Using Grading Strategies to Understand and Improve Student Learning
October 25-26, 2013 | Atlanta, GA
This interactive workshop will be transformational for all college professionals who want to familiarize themselves with course-embedded assessment models, contemporary approaches to curriculum design, and the most effective, modern methods of learning assessment. You will engage in activities to develop the types of assessments that will improve the learning experience in your courses.
|Infusing Learner-Centered Strategies Into Your Course
January 10-11, 2014 | Austin, TX
In this workshop, three top faculty development professionals share the learner-centered techniques, strategies, activities, and assignments that will help you revitalize the courses you teach and give you renewed enthusiasm for teaching. When you are finished, you will be able to evaluate any course, recognize what could be changed, and determine how to make the improvements.