What: Join faculty and staff from your campus and other institutions that are participating in the Taking Student Success to Scale high-impact practice (HIP) project in an interactive webinar about designing transparent assignments. The session will be hosted by Mary-Ann Winkelmes. You may be familiar with her TILT work, and subsequent findings on improving outcomes…

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When: March 6, 11:30 AM – 1 PM Where: MAC 201 or virtually via Blackboard Collaborate Ultra Join us for a tough talk with Vince Lowery, Associate Professor of  Humanities and History, and interim director of the GPS Program. We often assume that when students enter our classrooms they’re prepared to engage in conversations and…

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Thank you to all of the presenters and workshop facilitators who sent us follow up links and resources! Click on the little document icons to view the resources: Download the document to view resources Take a peek at the photos and the write up from Marketing and University Communications: http://news.uwgb.edu/log-news/news/02/01/catl-hosts-high-impact-professional-development/ 

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Feb. 13, 4-5pm This event has been rescheduled. Date and Time TBA. Guest speaker & facilitator: Jessica Van Slooten, Humanities and English, UW-Green Bay Manitowoc Campus Student evaluations—these semester rituals provoke intense debate and reactions from faculty, administrators, and students alike. From glowing reviews to low response rates, biased comments to questionable purposes, student evaluations…

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Low stakes means that students and instructors have less pressure on an assignment that involves some work towards an eportfolio. Medium stakes means that either instructors of students have some pressure from the eportfolio High stakes means that both instructors and students have the most pressure on this version of an eportfolio Low Stakes Medium…

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The Sustainability Teaching Development Grant provides monetary support for professional development activities or projects that lead to the infusion of sustainability into any aspect of teaching, including classes, labs, field work, and/or undergraduate independent research/study. The Sustainability Committee sponsors this grant. Please contact Georjeanna Wilson-Doenges with any questions (wilsong@uwgb.edu). Sustainability Grant Cover Sheet Sustainability Teaching…

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The institute features workshops and presentations to explore how we may engage all students in high-impact experiences across the curriculum. Thank you to everyone who applied to host workshops and present sessions—we give you: the draft schedule (below). Keynote + Lunch Workshop The theme for this year’s Institute – Making High-Impact Educational Experiences for All…

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