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The Student Nominated Teaching Awards have wrapped up for another year.  This year’s award winners were nominated at least three times for demonstrating real impact on the student experience. Congratulations to you all! Aaron Weinschenk – Public Environmental Affairs Alan Kopischke – Theatre and Dance Carly Kibbe – Human Biology Franklin Chen – Natural and…

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When: May 16 from 10am-2pm Where: GAC Labs: IS 1129 B + IS 1129 J   Register Lineup of sessions (Links open a Blackboard Collaborate session for attending virtually) Time Mentor Topic 10am Karen Stahlheber Collaborations for data/research projects 11am Jana Fogaca Group projects Rebecca Nesvet Assignments Noon Christin DePouw Embedding multiple mediums into Pages…

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The Instructional Development Council presents the Student Nominated Teaching Award. This award recognizes and rewards excellent teaching from the perspective of students. Students are encouraged to nominate an instructor who has made a significant impact on their learning. Awards are offered in two categories: Early Career and Experienced Teacher. You can nominate an instructor electronically here on April…

Read More Student Nominated Teaching Awards, Spring 2019

When: April 3rd, 3:45pm-5pm Where: MAC 201, Green Bay Campus, Streaming option  Register: https://bit.ly/uwgb-ccqs Facilitator: Jessica Van Slooten, Associate Professor, English and Women’s and Gender Studies (WGS), UWGB Women’s and Gender Studies (WGS) Program Co-Chair, University of Wisconsin Green Bay-Manitowoc Campus  Student evaluations—these semester rituals provoke intense debate and reactions from faculty, administrators, and students…

Read More Tough Talks: Student Evaluations of Teaching

The 2019 OPID Spring Conference: The Joys of Teaching & Learning: Intersecting Identities & Pedagogies will be held on Thursday, April 11 to Friday, April 12, 2019 at the Memorial Union in Madison. The annual two-day spring conference will feature some of the extraordinary teaching and learning taking place in face-to-face, virtual, and blended classrooms throughout the University of…

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Theme: Building the New: Innovate, Integrate, Motivate  April 2-3, 2019 – See full schedule here  On Tuesday, April 2, 2019 at 8:45 AM, Malcom Brown is kicking off the event with his keynote: “We are the Architects: Pathways to the New Learning Ecology” and Kona Jones will lead Wednesday morning with “You’ve got to Connect! Humanizing Online Learning.”   Sign up to attend! Registration…

Read More LTDC 2019 Virtual Showcase

When: April 5, 2019 from 10-11 AM Where: Theatre Hall 316, UW-Green Bay Campus Facilitators: Dr. Caroline Boswell, Director of the Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning; Associate Professor of Humanities and History; and Dr. Kate Burns, Associate Dean of the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences; Associate Professor of Human Development,…

Read More Supporting Inclusive Group Dynamics: Beyond the Group Contract

What: Faculty and staff from Green Bay, Manitowoc, Marinette, and Sheboygan joined other institutions participating in the Taking Student Success to Scale high-impact practice (HIP) project in an interactive webinar about designing transparent assignments. The session was hosted by Mary-Ann Winkelmes on 4/15/19. More information on Dr. Winkelmes’s work can be found beneath the embedded…

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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…

Read More Tough Talks: Teaching to the Transition from High School to College