Workshops

Faculty sit at tables participating in a workshop

Our workshops can help you better use writing in your courses to teach content and disciplinary values. Some of our workshops follow a traditional format of brief presentations with hands-on activities, while others follow a roundtable format on a particular topic with your peers leading the discussion.

All of our workshops are relaxed and provide ample opportunity to ask questions and share ideas with HWAC staff and cross-disciplinary colleagues.

NOTE: All Summer 2020 workshops will be held virtually via Webex. Within 24 hours after registering, you will receive a Google calendar invite containing the meeting link.


Summer 2020 Workshops to Support Fall Teaching

Engaging Students for Deep Learning Online, 2-Part Series

Co-Organized by eLearning, HCWE, and CTE

Part 1 - Tuesday, July 14, 2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Part 2 - Tuesday, July 21, 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Working from the principle that learning is social, we will discuss both pedagogical options and technical tools for engaging students in deep learning.

The emphasis of Part 1 will be on learning principles and pedagogical options and tools.

The emphasis of Part 2 will be on examples and opportunities to begin designing your own course elements with available tools. 

Please plan to attend both sessions. 

Prerequisite: To prepare for this series, please enroll in eLearning's Canvas course Basics of Teaching and Learning Online and explore the course content at your own pace. 

 


Creating Engaging Course Content for Deep Learning Online, 2-Part Series

Co-Organized by eLearning, HCWE, and CTE

Part 1 - Tuesday, July 28, 2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Part 2 - Tuesday, August 4, 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Working from the principle that deep learning requires opportunities for engagement and interaction, we will consider and discuss how to develop effective course materials in online environments.

The emphasis of Part 1 will be on learning principles and pedagogical options and tools.

The emphasis of Part 2 will be on examples and opportunities to begin designing your own course elements with available tools. 

Please plan to attend both sessions.

Prerequisite: To prepare for this series, please enroll in eLearning's Canvas course Basics of Teaching and Learning Online and explore the course content at your own pace. 


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